Study links fibromyalgia pain to nerve fibers in hand

06/19/2013 | MedicalDaily.com

Women with fibromyalgia have a unique neurovascular structure in their skin that could be linked to the chronic pain that is symptomatic of the disease, according to researchers at Integrated Tissue Dynamics and Albany Medical College. Intidyn's president, Dr. Frank Rice, said the pain pathology involves increased numbers of sensory nerve fibers around blood vessels in the hands.

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