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The effect of comorbid medical & psychiatric diagnoses on CFS

The effect of comorbid medical and psychiatric diagnoses on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, by Benjamin H Natelson, Jin-Mann S Lin, Gudrun Lange, Sarah Khan, Aaron Stegner & Elizabeth R Unger in Annals of Medicine, published online: 23 Oct 2019 [https://doi.org/10.1080/07853890.2019.1683601]   … Continue reading

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Neurobiological & spinal fluid abnormalities in CFS are not influenced by psychiatric status

Research highlights: Patients have higher brain ventricular lactate, more abnormal spinal fluids, lower brain GSH, and reduced cerebral blood flow than controls Psychiatric comorbidity does not influence any of these potential biological markers of CFS 50% of the patients had … Continue reading

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Brain & spinal fluid abnormalities in CFS are not affected by psychiatric comorbidity

Research highlights: As a group, CFS patients have higher brain ventricular lactate, more abnormal spinal fluid results, lower brain GSH, and reduced cerebral blood flow relative to healthy sedentary controls Psychiatric comorbidity does not influence any of these potential biological … Continue reading

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Information processing problems in CFS

Research abstract Information processing difficulties are common in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). It has been shown that the time it takes to process a complex cognitive task, rather than error rate, may be the critical variable underlying CFS … Continue reading

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Cognition & CFS Webinar 11/4/12

Impaired cognition in CFS is one of the most disabling and frustrating symptoms patients experience. Deficits in short-term memory, information processing and processing speed have been documented by several groups. How closely does the medical literature reflect patients’ experiences and … Continue reading

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