Decreased Basal Ganglia Activation in Subjects with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Association with Symptoms of Fatigue

@inproceedings{Miller2014DecreasedBG,
  title={Decreased Basal Ganglia Activation in Subjects with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Association with Symptoms of Fatigue},
  author={Andrew H. Miller and James F. X. Jones and Daniel F. Drake and Hao Tian and Elizabeth R. Unger and Giuseppe Pagnoni},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
Reduced basal ganglia function has been associated with fatigue in neurologic disorders, as well as in patients exposed to chronic immune stimulation. Patients with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) have been shown to exhibit symptoms suggestive of decreased basal ganglia function including psychomotor slowing, which in turn was correlated with fatigue. In addition, CFS patients have been found to exhibit increased markers of immune activation. In order to directly test the hypothesis of decreased… CONTINUE READING
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