Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
Last Posted: Jan 02, 2017
- Analysis of Common Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome: Genome Wide Association Study Approach and Pooled DNA Strategy.
Janicki Piotr K, et al. Pain medicine (Malden, Mass.) 2016 12 (12) 2344-2352
- Increased prevalence of two mitochondrial DNA polymorphisms in functional disease: Are we describing different parts of an energy-depleted elephant?
Boles Richard G, et al. Mitochondrion 2015 7 1-6
- Genetic HLA associations in complex regional pain syndrome with and without dystonia.
van Rooijen DE, et al. The journal of pain : official journal of the American Pain Society 2012 7
- Complex regional pain syndrome
From NCATS Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Center
- Frequencies of polymorphisms in cytokines, neurotransmitters and adrenergic receptors in patients with complex regional pain syndrome type I after distal radial fracture.
Herlyn Philipp, et al. The Clinical journal of pain 0 0 (3) 175-81
- HLA-B62 and HLA-DQ8 are associated with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome with fixed dystonia.
de Rooij Annetje M, et al. Pain 2009 9 (1-2) 82-5
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