Incidence of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome after Foot and Ankle Surgery – Corrected Proof

Abstract: Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is an uncommon complication of orthopedic surgery, and few investigators have considered the incidence in foot and ankle surgery. In the present retrospective cohort study of 390 patients who had undergone elective foot and/or ankle surgery in our department from January to December 2009, the incidence of postoperative CRPS was calculated and explanatory variables were analyzed

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Incidence of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome after Foot and Ankle Surgery – Corrected Proof

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