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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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