Simultaneous examination of skin blood flow and sweating in complex regional pain syndrome: report of one case


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Abstract

summaryVasomotor function has often been evaluated with basal blood flow. Simultaneous measurement of skin blood flow and sweating using a single probe were provided as lesser basal blood flow on one side compared to the contralateral side in complex regional pain syndrome does not always indicate greater vasoconstrictor nerve activity.

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