Would you have Pancreas Lipomatosis when you have Complex Regional Pain Syndrome?


There is no Pancreas Lipomatosis reported by people with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome yet. We study people who have Pancreas Lipomatosis and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.

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Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

Complex regional pain syndrome (long lasting pain condition most often affecting one of the limbs (arms, legs, hands, or feet)) can be treated by Lyrica, Gabapentin, Cymbalta, Neurontin, Amitriptyline hydrochloride (latest reports from 3,097 Complex regional pain syndrome patients)

Pancreas Lipomatosis

Pancreas lipomatosis has been reported by people with high blood pressure, pulmonary hypertension, high blood cholesterol, depression, type 2 diabetes (latest reports from 64 Pancreas lipomatosis patients).

On Oct, 26, 2016

No report is found.

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