Musculoskeletal pain, myofascial pain syndrome, and the fibromyalgia syndrome


Musculoskeletal pain, myofascial pain syndrome, and the fibromyalgia syndrome

Søren Jacobsen, Bente Danneskiold-Samsøe, Birger Lund, editors

Haworth Medical Press, c1993

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"The Second World Congress of Myofascial Pain and Fibromyalgia, MYOPAIN '92, Copenhagen, August 17-20, 1992"--P. 1

Includes bibliographical references and index



Here in one concise volume is a complete review of localized and generalized musculoskeletal disorders. Musculoskeletal Pain, Myofascial Pain Syndrome, and the Fibromyalgia Syndrome includes the latest research findings on these disorders from medical leaders around the world. This broad-based symposium updates both researcher and clinician on the most recent advances and pioneering approaches to musculoskeletal pain, with special emphasis on the myofascial pain and fibromyalgia syndromes. Chapters represent important thinking and clinical approaches from authorities in nine countries. Myofascial pain and fibromyalgia syndromes are covered extensively by the contributors to this book. The coverage they provide on issues related to these two syndromes is multidimensional and includesepidemiologyclinical featurespathophysiologytreatment The review chapters featured in the book span epidemiology, pathophysiology, and treatment on both myofascial pain and fibromyalgia. These report-like chapters provide brief insight of musculoskeletal pain disorders which is ideal for beginners in the field. Advanced readers will benefit from the more specific research chapters which report on fibromyalgia and myofascial pain. All readers will particularly benefit from "Consensus Document on Fibromyalgia: The Copenhagen Declaration," a report which releases the latest definitions, research, and treatment findings for musculoskeletal disorders from the world?s leading experts. The Consensus also sets down the challenge for intensified future research. Physicians, dentists, chiropractors at all levels of practice, and expert physiotherapists will gain much insight on these disorders from this compendium of information. While dentists are probably most interested in myofascial pain, all the subjects covered are of equal interest to these medical practitioners. MORE COPYMany of the contributing authors or groups of authors have included tables, figures or illustrations, and charts to accurately and succinctly complement their research findings and presentations. A selection of only a few tables and charts reveals multidimensional topics such as these:Problems Associated With Diagnosis in FibromyalgiaComparison of Sensitivity, Specificity, and Accuracy of the 1990 Criteria for the Classification of Fibromyalgia With Previous Criteria SetsPopulation Surveys of Fibromyalgia PrevalenceContent Validity for Diagnostic Criteria for Masticatory Myofascial PainMedications Tested in Controlled Therapeutic Trials in FibromyalgiaPathobiology of Classical Diseases Versus Dynamics of Dysfunctional SyndromesExercise and Pain Characteristics of Women With FibromyalgiaNeck Muscle Function in Cerviocobrachial Syndrome Compared to Healthy Subjects The figures are no less revealing; they highlight exciting discoveries and diagram vital discoveries which expand current understanding of musculoskeletal disorders. Here is a sample of the types of figures included:Pain Diagrams From Four Patients With FibromyalgiaGenetic Predisposition to Muscle MicrotraumaCalcium Activated Muscle DamageClassification and Subsetting of FibromyalgiaCross-Sections of a Capillary From a Tender Point of the Trapezius Muscle in a Fibromyalgia PatientGeneral Pain on Visual Analog Scale


ContentsPreface: MYOPAIN '92 Introduction: The Second World Congress on Myofascial Pain and Fibromyalgia, MYOPAIN '92, Copenhagen, August 17?20, 1992 I. Review Articles: Myofascial Pain Syndromes and Fibromyalgia Pathogenesis of Fibromyalgia Fibromyalgia: On Diagnosis and Certainty Myofascial Pain: Clinical Characteristics and Diagnostic Criteria A Chronobiologic Theory of Fibromyalgia Chronic Muscular Pain--A Life Stress Syndrome? Fibromyalgia: Treatment Programs The Management of Myofascial Pain Syndromes The Origin of Myopain: An Integrated Hypothesis of Focal Muscle Changes and Sleep Disturbance in Patients With the Fibromyalgia Syndrome II. Epidemiology and Natural History: Myofascial Pain and Fibromyalgia Review of the Epidemiology and Criteria of Fibromyalgia and Myofascial Pain Syndromes: Concepts of Illness in Populations as Applied to Dysfunctional Syndromes The Epidemiology of Fibromyalgia The Epidemiology of the Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS): Different Criteria--Different Results Preliminary Communication on the Prevalence of Fibromyalgia in the Adult Danish Population Preliminary Results of a 4-Year Follow-Up Study in Fibromyalgia III. Peripheral and Central Mechanisms in Muscle Pain Muscle Biopsy in Fibromyalgia Changes in Trapezius Muscle Structure in Fibromyalgia and Chronic Trapezius Myalgia Cerebral Event Related Potentials and Heat Pain Thresholds in Fibromyalgia Syndrome Psychogenic Motor Unit Activity: A Possible Muscle Injury Mechanism Studied in a Healthy Subject Fitness Characteristics and Perceived Exertion in Women With Fibromyalgia IV. Clinical Studies--Myofascial Pain and Fibromyalgia Quality of Life of Swedish Women With Fibromyalgia Syndrome, Rheumatoid Arthritis, or Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Pain Experience, Psychological Functioning, and Self-Reported Disability in Chronic Myofascial Pain and Fibromyalgia Evidence for Neuroendocrine Disturbance Following Physical Exercise in Primary Fibromyalgia Syndrome Alpha Intrusion in Fibromyalgia Psychosomatic Aspects of Primary Fibromyalgia Syndrome (PFS) Diurnal Variation in the Symptoms and Signs of the Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FS) Does a Fibromyalgia Personality Exist? V. Treatment of Myofascial Pain and Fibromyalgia Effects of Amitriptyline and Cardiovascular Fitness Training on Pain in Patients With Primary Fibromyalgia Patients With Fibromyalgia in Pain School Physical Fitness Training in Patients With Fibromyalgia Treatment of Fibromyalgia Syndrome With Psychomotor Therapy and Marital Counseling Cervicobrachial Syndrome: Neck Muscle Function and Effects of Training Injection Therapy for Treatment of Chronic Myofascial Pain: A Double-Blind Study Comparing Corticosteroid versus Diclofenac Injections VI. Consensus Document on Fibromyalgia: The Copenhagen Declaration VII. Listing of Scientific Presentations During the Second World Congress on Myofascial Pain and Fibromyalgia, August 17?20, 1992, Copenhagen, Denmark VIII. Index Reference Notes Included

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