Pain in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome: does nitric oxide trigger central sensitisation?

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Previous studies have provided evidence supportive of the clinical importance of widespread pain in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS): pain severity may account for 26-34% of the variability in the CFS patient's activity limitations and participation restrictions. The etiology of widespread pain in CFS remains to be elucidated, but sensitisation… (More)

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