Frontiers Journal of Neurology & Neuroscience

The IASP’s (International Association For Study Of Pain) Nick-“diagnosis” Of CRPS-I, Together With Its Attempted Divination In Budapest, Must Be Interred

Abstract

Abstract: In 2008, our IASP President, and experts, redefined “neuropathic pain”. But were reminded that their suppositions excluded Complex Regional Pain Syndrome-I.

Authorities agree: One IASP President; rejuvenated taxonomists; …and now, the European Neurological Society…

Why?

The CRPS-I hypothesis (former RSD, and SMP) admits: there is no structural pathology; no diagnostic test; the “objective signs” are non-specific, often reflect disuse or self-infliction, and some reflect fraudulent behaviors.

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