Today, some authors believe that erythromelalgia is a component of RES
, and it is possible that RES
is the auricular variant of erythromelalgia.
A variety of treatments have been used for RES. Because of the multiplicity of potential causes, there is no a treatment of choice, and many patients are resistant to all treatments.[28,29] A temporary or permanent relief can be achieved by a local anesthetic block or even section of the third cervical root.