Fibromyalgia: neural signature discovered in small study

03:00 EDT 18 Oct 2016 | Arthritis Digest

A brain signature that identifies people with fibromyalgia with 93% accuracy, has been discovered, a research group reports in Pain. It is hoped that the finding will make a major difference to future clinical diagnosis and treatment. Fibromyalgia is chronic widespread musculoskeletal pain accompanied by symptoms such as physical and mental fatigue. But it doesn’t […]

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