A syndrome characterized by chronic pain in the muscles and soft tissues surrounding joints, fatigue, and tenderness at specific sites in the body. Also called fibromyalgia syndrome, fibromyositis, fibrositis.(noun)
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Use "fibromyalgia" in a sentence
"I never used the term fibromyalgia, because the anatomy and pathology of the disease had never been described accurately and the name reflected a symptom complex, only."
"Based on thesecommonalities, Okifuji and colleagues concluded that excess weight and obesity may well play a role in fibromyalgia and related dysfunction."
"* Charming article on how fibromyalgia is supposedly not real."