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New paper: Deviant Cellular and Physiological Responses to Exercise in ME

Discussion in 'Latest ME/CFS Research' started by Countrygirl, Nov 9, 2015.

  1. Countrygirl

    Countrygirl I'm with Cheesus

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    Deviant Cellular and Physiological Responses to Exercise in Myalgic Encephalomyelitis and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Frank N.M. Twisk1*, Keith J. Geraghty2


    This isn't a research paper, but rather an overview of some previous papers/findings . It's theme is apt given the controversy over the PACE paper.


    http://www.jacobspublishers.com/images/Physiology/J_J_Physiology_1_2_007.pdf


     
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  2. ScottTriGuy

    ScottTriGuy Stop the harm. Start the research and treatment.

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    "Deviant"

    Not often that word is used in biomedical science - more like psych science.

    Anyway, already knew I was deviant. This is just proof. :)
     
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  3. adreno

    adreno PR activist

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    Aberrant would be a better word in this context.
     
  4. Sea

    Sea Senior Member

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    Perhaps English not being his first language makes word choice a little trickier
     
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    Keith Geraghty Senior Member

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    aberrant would have been a possible alterntive adjective for our paper title, however given its use in 'psychosomatic studies' relating to aberrant thought processes, we felt it better to use deviant physiological responses.

    we are working on a longer and more detailed paper, and hope to test some of our hypotheses in forthcoming work in this area.

    The current paper includes some interesting observations regarding responses in ME/CFS following exercise.
     
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    Dolphin Senior Member

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    Free full text: http://www.jacobspublishers.com/images/Physiology/J_J_Physiology_1_2_007.pdf

     
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    Dolphin Senior Member

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    I thought this could be a useful resource if one wanted a list of most of the published abnormal responses to exercise.
     
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    Dolphin Senior Member

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    This paper wasn't included for whatever reason:


     
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  10. jimells

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    @Keith Geraghty Thank you for taking the time to post on our forum.

    Your review is most timely for me, as just yesterday I had a first appointment with a new primary care physician, Even after she observed impaired circulation in my feet and hands, and I described how my pulse goes from 60 supine to 120 standing within 10 minutes (when I'm not taking atenolol), she concluded that my illness is "mostly psychological". :bang-head:

    I think your article is just about the right length to show to a busy physician and I will do that promptly.
     
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