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5/24/20
CRPS Related Small Fiber Neuropathy - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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CRPS Related Small Fiber Neuropathy - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit features the following multiple images:
A. Anterior right foot with laceration to the toe.
B. Damaged nerve cells release waste into bloodstream.
C. White blood cells attach to nerve cells.
D.. White blood cells release antibodies.
E. Antibodies attack nerves causing pain and swelling.
F. Antibodies travel in the bloodstream attacking nerves in other parts of the body.
G. Treating physician infuses neuronal neutral antibodies into bloodstream.
H. Neuronal neutral antibodies block native antibodies from reaching nerve cells.

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