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Trauma and Fibromyalgia - Medifocus Guide
 
Spacer Database: MEDLINE <1980 to March Week 1 2002>
Number of Citations: 146
Number of Abstracts: 112
Approximate Pages in the Guide: 123
Trauma and Fibromyalgia

Highlights of Recently Published Articles
  1. Pharmacologic treatment of fibromyalgia. - Current Pain & Headache Reports. 2001
  2. Overlap of fibromyalgia with other medical conditions. - Current Pain & Headache Reports. 2001
  3. Psychosocial aspects of fibromyalgia. - Current Pain & Headache Reports. 2001
  4. Classification, epidemiology, and natural history of fibromyalgia. - Current Pain & Headache Reports. 2001
  5. Quality-of-life, legal-financial, and disability issues in fibromyalgia. - Current Pain & Headache Reports. 2001
  6. Is fibromyalgia a generalized reflex sympathetic dystrophy?. - Clinical & Experimental Rheumatology. 2001

Featured Article from this Guide
Article: Trauma and fibromyalgia is there an association and what does it mean?. [Review] [205 refs]
Author: White KP. Carette S. Harth M. Teasell RW.
Institution: Department of Medicine, University of Western Ontario, London, Canada.
Journal: Seminars in Arthritis & Rheumatism. 29(4)200-16, 2000 Feb.

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