Causes of complex regional pain syndrome
CRPS is a group of symptoms which occurs very uncommonly after injury or surgery or prolonged joint immobilisation, especially in young people and in which there is an abnormal response to the injury where the vascular and nervous systems respond inappropriately to injury.
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