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  • Revised chronic widespread pain criteria: development from and integration with fibromyalgia criteria. [Journal Article]
    Scand J Pain 2019Wolfe F, Butler SH, … Walitt B
  • Background and aims Persons with chronic widespread pain (CWP) have poor medical outcomes and increased mortality. But there are no universally accepted criteria for CWP or of methods to assess it. The most common criteria come from the 1990 American College of Rheumatology (ACR) fibromyalgia (FM) criteria, but that method (WP1990) can identify CWP with as few as three pain sites, and in subjects…
  • Hypothalamic-Pituitary axis response to a 0.25-mg dexamethasone test in women with fibromyalgia. [Journal Article]
    Stress 2019; :1-28González-Vives S, Díaz-Marsá M, … Carrasco JL
  • CONCLUSIONS: As other syndromes like post-traumatic stress disorder or emotionally unstable personality disorders, also related with high incidence of severe trauma, FMS patients presented significant low basal cortisol. However, they did not have cortisol hypersuppression as is commonly found in the mentioned disorders. The relation of FMS with lifetime traumas and with emotional instability should be further investigated in order to improve psychological treatment approaches for these patients. Lay summary: Patients with fibromyalgic syndrome have basal hypocortisoism but no cortisol hypersuppression after dexamethasone infusion compared to control subjects, as other trauma-related syndromes.
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