Fibromyalgia Syndrome: A Practitioner's Guide to Treatment
Churchill Livingstone, 2000 - Fatigue - 257 pages
Fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) is a relatively "new" condition, yet it is etimated that it is the second commonest condition now seen in chronic pain clinics (low back pain being the most common). This book gives a guide to the diagnosis and managment of fibromyalgia syndrome for use by the different groups of clinicians who become involved in the care of those suffering from the condition.
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