ME and CFS Medical Abnormalities

 

A study by Stanford University researchers demonstrated abnormalities in the brains of illness sufferers compared to those of healthy controls.

 

More than 1,000 peer-reviewed articles have been published demonstrating a wide variety of physiological abnormalities in patients with myalgic encephalomyelitis, chronic fatigue syndrome and ME/CFS.

To read the citations and a brief description of each article, please click on the topic links below.

The full abstract for each article can be easily found by typing the PMID number into the PubMed search engine.

 

General Issues

Overview

Related Conditions

 

Neurological

Brain Abnormalities

Cognitive Impairment

 

Cardiovascular

Cardiac Issues

Circulation

Orthostatic Intolerance

Tilt Table Test

 

Exertion & Energy

Exercise & Activity Intolerance

Metabolic Issues

Mitochondrial Issues

 

Immunological

Cytokines & Complement

Natural Killer Cells & T Cells

Oxidative Stress & Inflammation

Rnase L

Other Immune Abnormalities

 

Infections

Borna Disease

Coxiella Burnetii

Enteroviruses

Herpesviruses

Mycoplasma

Parvovirus B19

Stealth Virus

Other Infections

 

Gastrointestinal

Candida

Microbiome

Other Gut Issues

 

Nutritional Issues

Carnitine

Lipids

Other Nutrients

 

Additional Issues

Cancer Risk

Channelopathies

Endocrine

Motor Function

Muscles

Opthomological

Pain

Reproductive

Sleep

Toxicity and Reactivities

Other Systems

 

Historical

Tahoe Epidemic

Older Articles

 

Testing & Symptoms

Laboratory Abnormalities

Physical Abnormalities

Physical Symptoms

 

Genetics

HLA

Other Genetics

 

Treatments

Drug Trials

Other Therapies

 

Updated September 2, 2018

 

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