Fibromyalgia may be tied to hippocampus malfunction

08/29/2008 | Reuters

Researchers in Egypt found fibromyalgia syndrome patients had different levels of brain chemicals than did control patients. The findings may indicate a malfunction in the hippocampus, which plays a role in cognitive functions and pain perception.

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