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Algodystrophy: sources and notes

Authors: Amaury Chardeau and Dr Nicolas Evrard.
Expert consultant: Dr. Georges Dalzotto, orthopedic surgeon at the Hospitalor de Saint-Avold (Moselle).

Sources:

- Revol M., Servant JL Algodystrohie of the Hand, Patient Information Sheet, Plastic Surgery Department, St. Louis Hospital, May 2006.
- Association SOS algodystrophie, French Association of the patients with the syndrome of algodystrophie (Afmasa).

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