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Primary fibromyalgia is frequently seen in daily practice, and in recent years more attention has been given to this syndrome. Research has mostly been of a clinical character, but objective measurements, such as muscle strength measurements, have been introduced. This paper gives an overview of the published works that focus on muscle function in primary fibromyalgia.


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Journal of Manual Medicine

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155 - 157