Professor & patients' paper on the solvable biological challenge of ME/CFS: reader-friendly version
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Article: Defining Moments: the Myalgic Encephalomyelitis Definitions Over Time Pt I: From Symptoms T

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  1. floydguy

    floydguy Senior Member

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    The VO2 Max test. So far it's unexplainable. It was for an NIH/CDC study.
     
  2. Firestormm

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    Well that's a relief :D

    It is the 'pinata-head' that drives me 'nuts' that and the 'hangover-from-hell' every morning or whenever I awaken. Even that varies though in intensity but I never have been able to shift it - just try to push on through and when I can't I rest and fret lol.

     
  3. mon me

    mon me

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  4. Tristen

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    "Hyde noted in some detail the kinds of SPECT findings ME patients should have; decreased perfusion of blood in the left middle cerebral artery and the branches of the parietal lobes"

    Precisely what my SPECT shows. My doc has been using these tests for years to help diagnose ME, right here in the USA.
     

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