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Blisters and livedo reticularis in Stage III of RSD. *
Severely infected and swollen foot gram negative infection with greenish pigment. A pseudomonas infection. Stage III of RSD. *
Ligature sign of right leg. Edema stops in and abrupt manner. Stage II of RSD. *
Anchoring fibril deficiency. The patient sheds all of the skin from her arms and upper body. Stage III of RSD. *

* 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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