New Hope for 'Man on Fire Syndrome'
Pamela Costa has never known a day without agonizing pain in her legs and feet. At age 11, the Seattle native was diagnosed with inherited erythromelalgia, a genetic condition that causes such severe pain and redness some call it "Man on Fire Syndrome." "Think of the feeling that you get when you come in from the cold and your hands and feet are ... (more)
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#1 Nov 14, 2012
This is informative piece of article. This can be a part of the things we still continue to learn as nurses.
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