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Danno alla gamba con distrofia simpatica riflessa (DSR) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Danno alla gamba con distrofia simpatica riflessa (DSR) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
L’immagine medica mostra il tracciato del dolore nella DSR, conosciuta anche come sindrome complessa del dolore regionale, o CRPS, che inizia nel ginocchio, seguendo un percorso verso il cervello, scatenando una risposta infiammatoria simpatica dei vasi sanguigni nella gamba, che risulta in dolore, gonfiore e chiazzatura della pelle. Un’iniezione di anestetico per il blocco del nervo nei gangli del tronco simpatico nella regione lombare fornisce sollievo dal dolore.

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