Symptom Increase in Fibromyalgia Is Not Consistent with the Central Sensitization or Central Hyperresponsiveness Hypothesis

Frederick Wolfe, Brian T. Walitt, Johannes J. Rasker, Robert S. Katz, Winfried Häuser

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Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2014
EventACR/AHRP Annual Scientific Meeting 2014 - Boston Convention Center, Boston, United States
Duration: 15 Nov 201419 Nov 2014

Conference

ConferenceACR/AHRP Annual Scientific Meeting 2014
CountryUnited States
CityBoston
Period15/11/1419/11/14
Other78th Annual Meeting of the AMERICAN COLLEGE OF RHEUMATOLOGY (ACR) including the 49th Annual Meeting of the ASSOCIATION OF RHEUMATOLOGY HEALTH PROFESSIONALS (ARHP)

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Wolfe, F., Walitt, B. T., Rasker, J. J., Katz, R. S., & Häuser, W. (2014). Symptom Increase in Fibromyalgia Is Not Consistent with the Central Sensitization or Central Hyperresponsiveness Hypothesis. Abstract from ACR/AHRP Annual Scientific Meeting 2014, Boston, United States.
Wolfe, Frederick ; Walitt, Brian T. ; Rasker, Johannes J. ; Katz, Robert S. ; Häuser, Winfried. / Symptom Increase in Fibromyalgia Is Not Consistent with the Central Sensitization or Central Hyperresponsiveness Hypothesis. Abstract from ACR/AHRP Annual Scientific Meeting 2014, Boston, United States.
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Wolfe, F, Walitt, BT, Rasker, JJ, Katz, RS & Häuser, W 2014, 'Symptom Increase in Fibromyalgia Is Not Consistent with the Central Sensitization or Central Hyperresponsiveness Hypothesis' ACR/AHRP Annual Scientific Meeting 2014, Boston, United States, 15/11/14 - 19/11/14, .

Symptom Increase in Fibromyalgia Is Not Consistent with the Central Sensitization or Central Hyperresponsiveness Hypothesis. / Wolfe, Frederick; Walitt, Brian T.; Rasker, Johannes J.; Katz, Robert S.; Häuser, Winfried.

2014. Abstract from ACR/AHRP Annual Scientific Meeting 2014, Boston, United States.

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Wolfe F, Walitt BT, Rasker JJ, Katz RS, Häuser W. Symptom Increase in Fibromyalgia Is Not Consistent with the Central Sensitization or Central Hyperresponsiveness Hypothesis. 2014. Abstract from ACR/AHRP Annual Scientific Meeting 2014, Boston, United States.