Tag Archives: limbic system

Central sensitization: a pathogenic mechanism in complex undefined diseases

Central sensitization: A pathogenic mechanism in complex undefined diseases, by Joaquim Fernández-Solà, in Neuropsychiatry (London) 2019: 9(6), 2485–2490   Abstract: There is a common perception that complex undefined diseases manifested with diverse combination of symptoms and a difficult clinical diagnosis have … 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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Cortene – a new drug trial & disease hypothesis for ME/CFS

Cortene In his blog, Health Rising, Cort Johnson introduces a new drug trial and hypothesis for ME/CFS. With the help of Dr Lucinda Bateman and Dr Suzanne Vernon a small drug company, Cortene, will be conducting a small proof-of-concept trial of a new … Continue reading

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The Basal Ganglia, inflammation and fatigue in ME/CFS

Cort Johnson discusses the research of Dr Andrew Miller, a psychoneuroimmunologist who is interested in how immune activation affects symptoms and behaviour.  His research has mostly focused on the biological roots of depression and the effects an immune agent called interferon alpha … Continue reading

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