Impairment of mental rotation tasks in CRPS not related to core movement centers of brain

New imaging data to not support previous assumptions that core motor areas of the brain are responsible for impairment of mental rotation (MR) tasks in patients with complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), reported Dr Sebastian Strauss of University Greifswald.

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