Fibromyalgia is a theumatic syndrome and its pathogenesis is controversial. The recent literature has placed considerable attention on the link between alteration of the intestinal microbiota and fibromyalgia, emphasizing the close connection between intestinal dysbiosis and altered secretion of hormones and vitamins such as corticol, serotonin, vitamin D and thyroid hormones in patients with fibromialgia.

Tomasello, G., Mazzola, M., Bosco, V., Tomasello, G., Damiani, P., Sinagra, E., et al. (2018). INTESTINAL DYSBIOSIS AND HORMONAL NEUROENDOCRINE SECRETION IN THE FIBROMYALGIC PATIENT: RELATIONSHIP AND CORRELATIONS. BIOMEDICAL PAPERS OF THE THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE OF PALACKÝ UNIVERSITY, OLOMOUC CZECH REPUBLIC, 162(4), 258-262 [10.5507/bp.2018.051].

INTESTINAL DYSBIOSIS AND HORMONAL NEUROENDOCRINE SECRETION IN THE FIBROMYALGIC PATIENT: RELATIONSHIP AND CORRELATIONS

Tomasello, G;Carini, F
2018-09-11

Abstract

Fibromyalgia is a theumatic syndrome and its pathogenesis is controversial. The recent literature has placed considerable attention on the link between alteration of the intestinal microbiota and fibromyalgia, emphasizing the close connection between intestinal dysbiosis and altered secretion of hormones and vitamins such as corticol, serotonin, vitamin D and thyroid hormones in patients with fibromialgia.
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http://biomed.papers.upol.cz/artkey/bio-201804-0002_intestinal_dysbiosis_and_hormonal_neuroendocrine_secretion_in_the_fibromyalgic_patient.php
Tomasello, G., Mazzola, M., Bosco, V., Tomasello, G., Damiani, P., Sinagra, E., et al. (2018). INTESTINAL DYSBIOSIS AND HORMONAL NEUROENDOCRINE SECRETION IN THE FIBROMYALGIC PATIENT: RELATIONSHIP AND CORRELATIONS. BIOMEDICAL PAPERS OF THE THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE OF PALACKÝ UNIVERSITY, OLOMOUC CZECH REPUBLIC, 162(4), 258-262 [10.5507/bp.2018.051].
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