I'll be seeing a sleep neurologist in a day or two. I'd love to take him some information on the ME/CFS brain. I'm looking for what is wrong with the brain itself, not the symptoms related to the brain.
Here is a list of symptoms compiled by Dr. Katrina Berne. It includes a cognitive and mood section.
The Canadian Consensus Criteria and International Consensus Criteria on MEPedia contains lists of symptoms including sleep and cognitive sections. Some of the symptoms are linked to other sections of MEPedia that include information about studies. The full CCC and ICC (linked from MEPedia on their respective pages) also include some basic, older recommendations about treatments for particular symptoms.
That is a great symptom list! I will take these documents, but this isn't quite what I meant. I'm looking for how the brain itself is malfunctioning, nor the resulting symptoms. Since my CNS apnea doesn't respond to CPAP or BiPap, there is something else going on. I've amended the original post to clarify.
A Comparison of Neuroimaging Abnormalities in Multiple Sclerosis, Major Depression and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis): is There a Common Cause? Gerwyn Morris,1 Michael Berk,2,3,4,5 and Basant K. Puri