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Ann Clin Neurophysiol. 2007; 9(1): 36-38.
Restless Legs Syndrome developed from Complex Regional Pain syndrome type1
Kang Min Park, Sang jin Kim, Jong seok Bae, and Chul Ho Woo
Copyright © 2007 The Korean Society of Clinical Neurophysiology
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The pathomechanisms involved in both restless legs syndrome (RLS) and complex regional pain syndrome type I(CRPS I) are still controversial whether they are central or peripheral origins. We recently encountered a patient whohad an unusual coexistence of both RLS and CRPS I, and both of which showed good responses to sympathetic block.These findings suggest the role of peripheral mechanisms, especially unmyelinated small autonomic fiber, in both RLSand CRPS I
Key words: Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, Restless Leg Syndrome, Peripheral Nerve
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