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CRP

abbr.
1. carbon-reinforced plastic
2. C-reactive protein

CRP

(in India) abbreviation for
(Law) Central Reserve Police

CRP

abbreviation for
(Biochemistry) C-reactive protein; a chemical in the blood that can be measured to indicate inflammation in the body and a person's risk of suffering a heart attack

CRP

C-reactive protein.
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Noun1.CRP - a byproduct of inflammation; a globulin that is found in the blood in some cases of acute inflammation
serum globulin - globulins occurring in blood serum and containing most of the antibodies of the blood
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CRPS is a type of chronic pain caused by a malfunction of the peripheral and central nervous systems due to injury, disease or trauma.
Nous presenterons de maniere plus detaillee la CIF puisque l'organisation des soins et de la rehabilitation au CRPS de la Tour de Gassies s'appuie sur ce modele theorique.
CRPS usually follows limb damage from injury or surgery, but the pain experienced is disproportionate and may last longer than would be expected for the damage itself.
In their literature search, Malay and Chung found four studies and one systematic review (based on the four studies) investigating the use of vitamin C to prevent CRPS.
CRPS in the pediatric population has been described in the literature for the past 30 years.
Alternative names for CRPS in the literature include reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD), algodystrophy, causalgia, Sudeck atrophy, transient osteoporosis, and acute atrophy of bone (55).
We present a case of an acute gluteal CS that preceded the development of CRPS in the same lower limb.
Jude Medical Axium system was based in part on the results of the ACCURATE investigational device exemption study, the largest study to date evaluating patients suffering from neuropathic chronic intractable pain associated with CRPS I and II or peripheral causalgia (PC).
The most prominent symptom of CRPS is constant chronic pain, which can be severe and debilitating (National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke [NINDS], 2013).
In the 21st century, CRPS remains a debated syndrome, and multiple definitions, criteria, and treatment options exist.