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From neurasthenia to post-exertion disease: evolution of the diagnostic criteria of CFS/ME

From neurasthenia to post-exertion disease: Evolution of the diagnostic criteria of chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalomyelitis, by Inigo Murga, Jose-Vicente Lafuente in Atencion Primaria [online 8 June 2019] Research abstract: Changes in the terminology and diagnostic criteria for chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic … Continue reading

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Neuroimaging of Central Sensitivity Syndromes

Research abstract: Central sensitivity syndromes are characterized by distressing symptoms, such as pain and fatigue, in the absence of clinically obvious pathology. The scientific underpinnings of these disorders are not currently known. Modern neuroimaging techniques promise new insights into mechanisms … Continue reading

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Review of the comorbidity between TMD and CFS

Review¬†abstract: Summary: The most common cause of chronic oro-facial pain is a group of disorders collectively termed temporomandibular disorders (TMDs). Chronic painful TMD is thought to be a ‘central sensitivity syndrome’ related to hypersensitivity of the nervous system, but the … Continue reading

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