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Chronic post-ischemia pain (CPIP): a novel animal model of complex regional pain syndrome-Type I (CRPS-I; reflex sympathetic dystrophy) produced by prolonged hindpaw ischemia and reperfusion in the rat
A neuropathic-like pain syndrome was produced in rats following prolonged hindpaw ischemia and reperfusion, creating an animal model of complex regional pain syndrome-Type I (CRPS-I; reflex sympathetic dystrophy) that we call chronic post-ischemia pain (CPIP). The method involves placing a tourniquet (a tight fitting O-ring) on one hindlimb of an anesthetized rat just proximal to the ankle joint for 3 h, and removing it to allow reperfusion prior to termination of the anesthesia. Rats exhibitdoi:10.1016/j.pain.2004.08.001 pmid:15494189 fatcat:6r6mwghx3rdifpfxx3wbw3rsgm