causalgia

[n] - a burning pain in a limb along the course of a peripheral nerve
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Causalgia

see Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
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Causalgia

A burning pain or intense hypersensitivity in a peripheral nerve.
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Causalgia

Causalgia: Intense burning pain and sensitivity to the slightest vibration or touch, usually in the hand or foot, at a site some distance removed from a wound that has healed. This phenomenon was first described in 1872 by the American neurologist Silas Weir Mitchell (1829-1914).
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causalgia

<neurology> Persistent severe burning of the skin usually following direct or indirect trauma to a sensory nerve, accompanied by cutaneus changes. ... (16 Mar 1998) ...
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causalgia

noun a burning pain in a limb along the course of a peripheral nerve; usually associated with skin changes
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causalgia

(kaw-zalĀ“jә) complex regional pain syndrome type 2.
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causalgia

causalgia 1. Persistent severe burning sensations, usually following partial injury of a peripheral nerve (especially median and tibial) or the brachial plexus, accompanied by trophic changes. 2. Sensation of burning pain in the distribution of a peripheral nerve, associated with glossy skin devoid of hair or wrinkles. Other associated changes incl...
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causalgia

Type: Term Pronunciation: kaw-zal′jē-ă Synonyms: complex regional pain syndrome type I
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Causalgia

A sensation of intense pain of either organic or psychological origin.
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