Indian Journal of Pain

: 2014  |  Volume : 28  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 184--188

Post traumatic pain: ?CRPS

Kritika Doshi 
 Joint Secretary, ISSP-Mumbai; Managing Committee Member-AMC (Association of Medical Consultants); Convener, Anti Noise Pollution Cell of AMC; Dr Doshi's Pain Relief Centre, Thane; Consultant in Pain-Bethany, Jupiter Hospitals, Thane, Maharashtra, India

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Kritika Doshi
104, Rohini, Tarangan II, Thane - 400 606, Maharashtra

Although there is an increased awareness of and treatment of acute pain in infants and children, the lack of awareness on various chronic and persistent pains in children often leads to physicians/pediatricians pursuing an endless search for the underlying etiology of the discomfort. Continued lab investigations are undertaken for the sake of «DQ»completeness«DQ» to search for a biological explanation for the pain. The author would like to present this case report where there was no obvious cause for the pain found on investigations. The child was treated for neuropathic pain with complete recovery. Though complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) was suspected, the difficulty in establishing a diagnosis, convincing caregivers and compliance to pharmacotherapy are the major challenges in the pediatric pain patients.

How to cite this article:
Doshi K. Post traumatic pain: ?CRPS .Indian J Pain 2014;28:184-188

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Doshi K. Post traumatic pain: ?CRPS . Indian J Pain [serial online] 2014 [cited 2021 Jan 24 ];28:184-188
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