Sudeck atrophy

(redirected from acute reflex bone atrophy)

Su·deck at·ro·phy

(sū'dek),
atrophy of bones, commonly of the carpal or tarsal bones, following a slight injury such as a sprain.
See also: complex regional pain syndrome type I.
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reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome

A painful disorder in which there is evidence of overactivity of the sympathetic nervous system with trophic changes in skin.
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Sudeck,

Paul Hermann Martin, German surgeon, 1866-1938.
Sudeck atrophy - atrophy of bones, commonly of the carpal or tarsal bones, following a slight injury such as a sprain. Synonym(s): acute reflex bone atrophy; posttraumatic osteoporosis; Sudeck syndrome
Sudeck critical point - region in the colon between the supply of the sigmoid arteries and that of the superior rectal artery.
Sudeck disease
Sudeck syndrome - Synonym(s): Sudeck atrophy
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