Additionally, impressive reductions from baseline were also found in most secondary symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome
Randomised controlled trial of graded exercise in chronic fatigue syndrome
He is leading another large collaborative effort to test for the presence of retroviruses, including XMRV, among different populations of people with and without chronic fatigue syndrome
They examined blood samples from 61 patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
, including 43 who had been previously reported as infected with the mouse-related virus XMRV.
The illness was named chronic fatigue syndrome
because the name reflects the most common symptom: long-term, persistent fatigue.
Both Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
and fibromyalgia are relatively new diseases, and both are difficult to diagnose.
Like many ME Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
sufferers I do not know exactly how I became ill.
Elevated nitric oxide/peroxynitrite mechanism for the common etiology of multiple chemical sensitivity, chronic fatigue syndrome
and posttraumatic stress disorder.
The Medical Research Council has said that chronic fatigue syndrome
and ME is a neglected field and has given it priority status.
Brandes' hypothesis had been that severe migraine-related disability also could be a clinically useful marker for several other disorders: fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome
, late luteal phase disorder, and irritable bowel syndrome.
When filmmaker Kim Snyder was diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome
in 1995, she knew one day she would make a documentary about the mysterious and misunderstood medical condition.
In addition, the term chronic fatigue syndrome
is usually preferred to refer to the symptoms commonly associated with this disorder (Lewis et al.
But the mystery known as chronic fatigue syndrome
(CFS) is not like the normal al ups and downs we experience in everyday life.
Applications for research on fibromyalgia may be reviewed by the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Special Emphasis Panel or by other relevant panels depending on the expertise required.
In Hystories: Hysterical Epidemics and Modern Media, Princeton University English Professor Elaine Showalter argues that phenomena such as Gulf War Syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrome
, multiple personality syndrome, and belief in recovered memory, ritual satanic abuse, and alien abduction share something besides a complete lack of credible evidence.