Background: Chronic regional pain syndrome is very problematic and difficult to
solve problems. There is still no clear cut diagnosis and treatment options. In
most cases a team of doctors is required to treat the patients.
Aim: To solve
the problem of chronic regional pain syndrome
prospective study conducted in department.
There were 25(50%) male and 25(50%) female. All patients ranged from 20
to 70 with mean age of 46.29 years. Patients were regularly followed up 1 week,
6 weeks, 12 weeks & 16 week. Patients were screened for CRPS using Budapest
Results: A total of 50 patients with wrist injuries
were evaluated. From these 4(8%) patients had one symptom of CRPS, 9(18%)
patients met the criteria of diagnosing chronic regional pain syndrome.
According to our observation, incidence is higher in female 7(28%) as compare
to male. More common in elderly patients between 61-77 years of age is 5(10%).
More common with liagmentus and bony injuries (40%).More common in patients with
popcast 33(33%). More common in patients admitted throughout door 7(28%).
Conclusion: This problem can be minimized by proper patients counselling, early
surgery and early
In our set up pop cast in still consider to be a bad option for patients
Chronic Regional Pain Syndromes, Incidence, wrist injuries, Elderly Patients