Are there sleep-specific phenotypes in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome? A cross-sectional polysomnography analysis

@inproceedings{Gotts2013AreTS,
  title={Are there sleep-specific phenotypes in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome? A cross-sectional polysomnography analysis},
  author={Zoe M. Gotts and Vincent Deary and Julia L. Newton and Donna Van der Dussen and Pierre De Roy and Jason G Ellis},
  booktitle={BMJ open},
  year={2013}
}
OBJECTIVES Despite sleep disturbances being a central complaint in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), evidence of objective sleep abnormalities from over 30 studies is inconsistent. The present study aimed to identify whether sleep-specific phenotypes exist in CFS and explore objective characteristics that could differentiate phenotypes, while also being relevant to routine clinical practice. DESIGN A cross-sectional, single-site study. SETTING A fatigue clinic in the Netherlands… CONTINUE READING
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