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What scientific evidence do the current classifications have ... to assess occupational disability in ... central sensitisation syndrome, 2020, Ramos

Discussion in 'Psychosomatic research - ME/CFS and Long Covid' started by Andy, Aug 24, 2020.

  1. Andy

    Andy Committee Member

    Hampshire, UK
    Full title: What scientific evidence do the current classifications have in order to assess occupational disability in patients with central sensitisation syndrome?

    Abstract in English, full paper in Spanish.
    Paywall, https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S1138359320302616
    Unable to access via Sci hub at time of posting.
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  2. Sly Saint

    Sly Saint Senior Member (Voting Rights)

    what evidence is there that this exists? It's not in the WHO ICD10.......... nor is MUS for that matter.
  3. rvallee

    rvallee Senior Member (Voting Rights)

    An imaginary syndrome with syndromes as symptoms, including syndromes of one symptom that may contain other syndromes, some of which themselves contain the super-syndrome in some mobius strip of unscientific mediocrity. You can't make up your own imaginary concept just because you like it. Oh, wait, turns out you can, somehow, because nobody actually checks anything in this ridiculous field.
    Literally all your fault, you caused this, willfully and deliberately. Cease and desist forever, burn your medical licenses and never subject other people to your terrible judgment again. You are the problem here, this is all your damn fault, you created this disaster by following your stupid belief system and using it as a capstone on science.

    Do these people ever hear themselves talk? Seriously? I would really like to never have to.
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  4. spinoza577

    spinoza577 Senior Member (Voting Rights)

    To my knowledge it´s an interpretation (of symptoms) or a theory. There is no (clear) empirical evidence, though there might be some hints, if one wants. Main thing being, that nerves are hyper-sensitized, if I recall rightly.

    As far as I have understood, the approach does not involve any psychological mechanism, though - well, as anything - is open for it, and this is probably a considered route.
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