Red Scrotal Syndrome: A Localized Phenotypical Expression of Erythromelalgia

September 2007 | Volume 6 | Issue 9 | Case Reports | 935 | Copyright © September 2007

Noel Prevost PA-C, Joseph C. English III MD

Abstract
We report a case of red scrotal syndrome responding to oral gabapentin, a neuropathic mediator that is commonly used in the treatment of primary erythromelalgia. The positive response to oral gabapentin and the resemblance of these 2 conditions supports that red scrotal syndrome is a phenotypical expression of localized primary erythromelalgia.