Research into Fibromyaligia and CFS

Abraham, G.E., and J.D. Flechas. Management of Fibromyalgia: Rationale for the use of Magnesium and Malic Acid. Journal of Nutritional Research, 3:39-59, 1992. 

Bengtsson, A., F. G. Henrikson, and J. Larsson. Reduced High-Energy Phosphate Levels in the Painful Muscles of Patients With Primary Fibromyalgia. Arth Rheum, 29:817-821, 1986. 

Bennett, R.M. Myofascial Pain Syndromes and the Fibromyalgia Syndrome: A Comparative Analysis. J Manual Med, 6:34-45, 1991. 

Bland, J.S. Fibromyalgia and Myofascial Pain. Applying New Essentials in Nutritional Medicine, HealthComm Intern, 1995. 

Eisinger, J., K. Mechtouf, and A. Platamura. Anomalities Biologiques Au Cours Des Fibromyalgies: I. Lactacidemie et Pyruvicemie. Lyon Mediterranee Med, 28:851-854, 1992. 

Goldberg, D. Fibromyalgia Syndrome: An Emerging but Controversial Condition. Journal of the American Medical Association. 257(20):2782-2787, 1987. 

Goldberg, D. Fibromyalgia and Its Relationship to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Viral Illness and Immune Abnormalities. J Rheum, 16 (Sup19):92, 1989. 

Larsson, S.E., A. Bengtsson, and L. Bodegard. Muscle Changes in Work-Related Chronic Myalgia. Acta Orthop Scand, 59:74-78, 1988. 

Moldofsky, H., P. Sasskin, and L. Salem. Sleep and Symptoms of Postinfectious Neuromyastenia and Fibrositis Syndrome. Sleep Res, 16:492, 1987. 

Park, J.H., P. Phothiamat, C. T. Oates, M. Hernans-Schulman, and N. J.Olsen. Use of P-31 Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy to Detect Metabolic Abnormalities in Muscles of Patients with Fibromyalgia. Arth Rheum, 41(3):406-413, 1998.