Researchers in Seville discover new diagnostic markers for fibromyalgia

Researchers in Seville discover new diagnostic markers for fibromyalgia

The University Pablo de Olavide, the University of Seville and the Fibromyalgia Unit of Viamed Santa Ángela de la Cruz Hospital in Seville this week present the results of an open, uncontrolled and unicentric scientific study in 27 women diagnosed with fibromyalgia, with an average age of 41, at the European Scientific Institute Congress being held in the Azores until next Saturday.

The main conclusions of the study revealed that bioelectrical impedance and inflammatory cytokines are good markers for the diagnosis and evolution of the disease; food intolerances may be at the root of the mechanisms behind fibromyalgia and, finally, the multidisciplinary treatment improved the clinical performance of these patients by more than 90%.

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