Category:Medical hypotheses

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The following pages are hypotheses related to Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. They may offer possible explanations of how the illness develops and its mechanisms of action.

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Abnormal neurovascular coupling, Amygdala hypothesis, Autoimmune hypothesis, Bacterial disease onset, Breakdown of homeostasis hypothesis, Co-conditioning theory, CYP21A2 mutation associated psychiatric spectrum, Immune exhaustion hypothesis, Intracellular immune deregulations, Itaconate shunt hypothesis, Kindling hypothesis, Multiple virus hypothesis, Multisystemic dyshomeostasis, Neuroimmune model, Nitrogen hypothesis, Persistent infection hypothesis, Personality traits and patient attitudes in ME/CFS, Serotonin hypothesis, The 3Ps model, The Danger Model

Pages in category "Medical hypotheses"

The following 56 pages are in this category, out of 56 total.