Tag Archives: neurological dysfunction

All in your head? Brain research in ME/CFS

ME Research UK blog post: All in your head? Brain research in ME/CFS,  8 February 2021   Following last week’s introduction to the brain, here is an overview of some of the brain research conducted in ME/CFS in recent years, … Continue reading

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A systematic review of neurological impairments in ME/CFS using neuroimaging techniques

A systematic review of neurological impairments in myalgic encephalomyelitis/ chronic fatigue syndrome using neuroimaging techniques, by Rebekah Maksoud, Stanley du Preez, Natalie Eaton-Fitch, Kiran Thapaliya, Leighton Barnden, Hélène Cabanas, Donald Staines, Sonya Marshall-Gradisnik in PLoS One 2020 Apr 30;15(4) [doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0232475.   … Continue reading

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Review of subgroups found in CFS

Review abstract We have been able to reduce substantially patient pool heterogeneity by identifying phenotypic markers that allow the researcher to stratify chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) patients into subgroups. To date, we have shown that stratifying based on the presence … Continue reading

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