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Assessments of Morbid Soreness Symptoms in Fibromyalgia Help With Phenotype Classification and Predicting Therapeutic Responses: Prospective Observational Analysis
Background: Muscle soreness occurs after exercise and also under morbid conditions, such as fibromyalgia (FM). However, how the morbid soreness manifests in FM and how it affects the disease remain unknown. Also, whether the non-exertional soreness in FM differs from exercise-induced soreness phenotypically is unclear.Methods: Fifty-one newly diagnosed FM patients from 166 consecutive cases of chronic musculoskeletal pain and 41 healthy controls were prospectively recruited. Musculoskeletaldoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-1431193/v1 fatcat:x5dfbl7bifgzphv3hs7kxx2xse