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Fibromyalgie

  • M. Späth
  • D. Pongratz
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Zusammenfassung

Die Voraussetzung für die Erfassung eines für wissenschaftliche Studien vergleichbaren Patientenkollektivs stellen die vom American College of Rheumatology 1990 formulierten Klassifikationskriterien (Tabelle 1) dar, in deren Mittelpunkt 18 definierte Tender-points stehen, von welchen mindestens 11 bei der Palpation druckschmerzhaft sein müssen.

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  • D. Pongratz

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