fibromyalgia

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fi·bro·my·al·gia

 (fī′brō-mī-ăl′jə)
n.
A syndrome marked by chronic, widespread pain in the muscles and soft tissues with defined points of tenderness and often multiple other symptoms, such as fatigue, sleep disturbance, anxiety, and bowel dysfunction.
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fibromyalgia

(ˌfaɪbrəʊmaɪˈældʒɪə)
n
(Medicine) a rheumatoid disorder characterized by muscle pain and headaches
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fi•bro•si•tis

(ˌfaɪ brəˈsaɪ tɪs)
n.
a chronic disease syndrome marked by debilitating fatigue, widespread muscular pain, and tenderness at specific points on the body.
[1904; fibrose fibrous, to form fibrous tissue]
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Translations

fi·bro·my·al·gi·a

, fibromyalgia syndrome
n. fibromialgia, condición crónica generalizada que resulta en dolor y rigidez en los músculos y los tejidos blandos.
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fibromyalgia

n fibromialgia; síndrome crónico de dolor muscular, fatiga y otros malestares
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References in periodicals archive ?
M2 PHARMA-May 26, 2017-EpicGenetics Launches Diagnostic Blood Test for Fibromyalgia in Canada
Statistics Canada data provides us with a picture of the current understanding of the impacts of fibromyalgia in Canada. The Canadian Community Health Survey is a major survey with the target population being Canadians aged 12 and over living in the community (not institutions).
It is time the health-care system began to fully address the needs of people with fibromyalgia in Canada. At the same time, the system and government needs to support further research into the causes of this debilitating yet poorly understood condition.