Regardless the severity of the initial injury, CRPS symptoms may not present themselves right away. In every case, symptoms include a tingling or burning sensation in the lower and/or upper extremities. The pain may affect the entire leg or arm or may only influence one toe or finger. Other symptoms of CRPS include:
Skin texture change
Difficulty moving the affected area
Hair and nail growth pattern disruption
Atrophy of muscles
Swelling in and around joints
Decreased range of motion
Allodynia, or pain in the opposite limb
There is no clear-cut test to diagnose CRPS. However, your pain management specialist will examine your medical history and may perform an MRI to detect changes in bone or circulation. Your pain management specialist will also perform tests to rule out other possible conditions.
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