Table 2

Clinical and radiological characteristics of the two populations
Our series (n = 16) Literature (n = 19)
Clinical data N % N %
(Budapest criteria)
Symptoms
Continuing pain disproportionate 16 100 14 74
Decreased range of motion 16 100 3 16
Hyperesthesia and/or allodynia 11 69 6 32
Edema 9 56 4 21
Changes/asymmetry skin colour 7 44 2 11
Changes/asymmetry sweating 6 38 0 0
Temperature asymmetry 4 25 1 5
Trophic changes (hair, nail, skin) 3 19 0 0
Motor dysfunction 3 19 0 0
Clinical signs
Decreased range of motion 16 100 17 90
Changes/asymmetry skin colour 12 75 9 47
Trophic changes 10 63 1 5
Hyperesthesia and/or Allodynia 10 63 10 53
Edema 9 56 10 53
Changes/asymmetry sweating 9 56 4 21
Temperature asymmetry 6 38 5 26
Motor dysfunction 4 25 0 0
Number of fingers injured
1 7 44 10 52
2 2 12 7 37
3 6 38 2 11
2 bilateral 1 6 0 0
Radiographics data
Standard roentgenogram 14 88 11 58
Normal 7 50 2 18
Diffuse demineralization of injured digits 6 43 8 72
Global Peri articular demineralization of all digits 1 7 1 10
Three-phase bone scaning 16 100 11 58
Available 15 94 11 58
No CRPS 3 20 0 0
CRPS Stage 1 et 1/2 7 47 11 100
CRPS Stage 2 et 2/3 4 27 0 0
CRPS Stage 3 1 6 0 0

Konzelmann et al.

Konzelmann et al. BMC Neurology 2013 13:28   doi:10.1186/1471-2377-13-28

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