poster for complex conditions

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In peripheral sensitisation, substance P changes A beta fibres in to what?
nociceptors
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Why does peripheral sensitisation occur?
Chemical mediators from inflammation can sensitise nociceptors
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Why isn't allodynia useful?
It looks pretty
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Where is the homunculus locates
The post central gyrus of the parietal lobe
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If it is CRPS type 2, why would you try neurodynamics?
Sliders and tensioners to encourage movement of inflammation and encourage nutrient flow
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What are the positives of education?
Education on lack of damage and not falling into boom/bust pattern
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give an example of an inflammatory pain pathology
infection
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Why budapest criteria superior to iasp?
IASP has relatively poor diagnostic accuracy in comparison to budapest
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What medications are used for pain
Ketamine and biphosphonates
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How many participants were included in Moseley 2006
50 overall, 36 with CRPS
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What were elements of bias in moseley 2006
single blinded, self reporting, low participant numbers
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what were the percentages for CRPS
65% trauma, 37% radius#
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How much practice was required for mirror therapy
2 hours a day for 5 days a week for 4 weeks
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Desensitisation is a new treatment. What are the problems with the current study?
Retrospective cohort study with no control
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What is the underlying mechanism for CRPS?
All of them
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why was moseley 2006 the most reliable
the others had 13 and and 18 participants
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Why does peripheral sensitisation occur?

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