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Demonstrates brawny edema. Reddened thickened skin. Increased nail growth of the great toe. Deep ulcerated lesion on the top of the foot. Stage I of RSD. *
Atrophic reddened skin. Shiny skin that later desquamated. Stage III of RSD. *
Striking example of livedo reticularis in Stage III of RSD patient. *
Example of atrophic skin with deep ulcer on the top of the right foot. Atrophic skin, loss of hair. *

* It should be emphasized that patients with RSD / CRPS may not present with these objective findings, especially during the early stages of the disease. Some patients with RSD / CRPS may have no objective findings whatsoever at a given moment during the course of their disease.


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