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A neuro-inflammatory model can explain the onset, symptoms and flare-ups of ME/CFS

A neuro-inflammatory model can explain the onset, symptoms and flare-ups of myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome, by Angus Mackay in Journal of Primary Health Care 11(4) 300-307 2019 [https://doi.org/10.1071/HC19041]   Abstract: A neuro-inflammatory model is proposed to explain the onset, symptoms … Continue reading

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A compromised paraventricular nucleus within a dysfunctional hypothalamus: A novel neuroinflammatory paradigm for ME/CFS

A compromised paraventricular nucleus within a dysfunctional hypothalamus: A novel neuroinflammatory paradigm for ME/CFS, by Angus Mackay, Warren P Tate in International Journal of Immunopathology and Pharmacology Vol: 32 [published online: December 6, 2018]   Article abstract: A neuroinflammatory paradigm is presented to … Continue reading

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ME/CFS studies link autonomic nervous system problems to brain

Health rising blog post, by Cort Johnson, 3 Feb 2017: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Studies Link Autonomic Nervous System Problems to Brain Dr. Barnden of the National Centre for NeuroImmnology and Emerging Diseases (NCNED) in Griffith University, Australia has been doing … Continue reading

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MRI shows brainstem/midbrain nerve conduction deficit in CFS

Research highlights: • For the first time in CFS, we performed MRI regressions with steady state BP and HR. • Vasomotor centre, midbrain and hypothalamus correlations were abnormal in CFS. • MRI group comparisons between CFS and controls detected no … Continue reading

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