Chronic Fatigue Syndrome – A clinically empirical approach to its definition and study

@article{Reeves2005ChronicFS,
  title={Chronic Fatigue Syndrome – A clinically empirical approach to its definition and study},
  author={William C. Reeves and Dieter Wagner and Rosane Nisenbaum and James F. X. Jones and Brian M. Gurbaxani and Laura Solomon and Dimitris A. Papanicolaou and Elizabeth R. Unger and Suzanne D. Vernon and Christine Heim},
  journal={BMC Medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={3},
  pages={19 - 19}
}
BACKGROUND The lack of standardized criteria for defining chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) has constrained research. The objective of this study was to apply the 1994 CFS criteria by standardized reproducible criteria. METHODS This population-based case control study enrolled 227 adults identified from the population of Wichita with: (1) CFS (n = 58); (2) non-fatigued controls matched to CFS on sex, race, age and body mass index (n = 55); (3) persons with medically unexplained fatigue not CFS… CONTINUE READING
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