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Computer Model Identifies Four Main Classes Of Fibromyalgia, Study Reports
Sunday 6 January 2019
Computer Model Identifies Four Main Classes of Fibromyalgia, Study Reports
A computer model identified four major classes of fibromyalgia on the basis of the pain and symptom severity felt by patients, the presence of specific coexisting conditions, and the use of clinical procedures, a study reports.
These findings support the idea that fibromyalgia is a spectrum of disease manifestations progressing over time, and underline the value of better characterizing this disease to provide improved and more individualized care to patients.
The study, “Characterizing classes of fibromyalgia within the continuum of central sensitization syndrome,” was published in the Journal of Pain Research.
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