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"RES: Fibromyalgia: Progress in Diagnosis and Treatment....Fibromyalgia is a frequent cause of chronic widespread pain and affects up
to 5% of the general population. Diagnosis and treatment have been
especially challenging due to limited knowledge of etiology and poor
response to conventional treatment of pain.
Appreciation for the interactions of neurobiologic, psychologic, and
behavioral factors in the disease pathogenesis has led to improved
treatment options that can be effective in individual patients.
Current evidence advocates a multifaceted program emphasizing patienteducation, medications for improving symptoms, and aggressive use of exercise and cognitive-behavioral approaches to retain or restore function.
RES: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Research--Prospects" Lists several significant things have come together relatively recently,