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A broken bone, a nerve injury, or other soft tissue injury, which does not follow a normal course of healing, can trigger RSD. The condition may occur in 1% to 2% of all fractures. It has a higher occurrence in people who suffered a Colles fracture of the wrist.
A common myth about RSD is that it only results from catastrophic injury. In fact, RSD frequently results from minor injuries, such as sprains or falls. Prolonged immobilization of a limb, through a cast or other means, is another cause of RSD. It also may occur in individuals after competently performed surgeries. In some instances, it materializes without any identifiable cause.
If you or a loved one suffers from Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD), talk with an experienced Michigan personal injury lawyer today. Please submit a simple, free and confidential legal consultation form now.
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