MRS used to study cause of fibromyalgia

04/10/2008 | Diagnostic Imaging

A new study using proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy to look for causes of fibromyalgia found a connection between fibromyalgia pain and glutamate. The lead author said the intervention used in this study "gives you an idea of a specific molecule in the brain being involved in a pathology of the disease, and that's information we didn't have before."

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