Sunday, July 28, 2013

Does neuro-inflammation in ME/CFS translate into cognitive problems?

Does neuro-inflammation in ME/CFS translate into cognitive problems? That
was the question a Japanese group asked as they hit young ME/CFS patients
with a barrage of sensory gating, autonomic and cognitive tests. Their
findings - 'higher brain dysfunction', a 'hypersensitive brain state' and
the presence of three subsets, two of which appeared diametrically opposed
to each other, opened up new ground in ME/CFS.

Find out how Japanese researchers cracked a cognitive nut Western
researchers have hardly begun to chew on, and confirmed that sensory gating
problems do exist in ME/CFS in Marco's latest neuroinflammatory blog

- *Japanese Sensory Gating Study Reveals Profound Cognitive Deficits
Present in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome **

http://www.cortjohnson.org/blog/2013/07/28/japanese-sensory-gating-stud-reveals-profound-cognitive-deficits-present-in-chronic-fatigue-syndrome/

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