Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: The Need for Subtypes

  title={Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: The Need for Subtypes},
  author={L. Jason and Karina Corradi and S. Torres-Harding and R. Taylor and C. King},
  journal={Neuropsychology Review},
  • L. Jason, Karina Corradi, +2 authors C. King
  • Published 2005
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Neuropsychology Review
  • Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is an important condition confronting patients, clinicians, and researchers. This article provides information concerning the need for appropriate diagnosis of CFS subtypes. We first review findings suggesting that CFS is best conceptualized as a separate diagnostic entity rather than as part of a unitary model of functional somatic distress. Next, research involving the case definitions of CFS is reviewed. Findings suggest that whether a broad or more… CONTINUE READING
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