Inbunden bok Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press. 2002. 272 sidor.
Mycket gott skick. Skyddsomslag i mycket gott skick. Milimeterstora skador längst ner i hörnen på bokens pärm vilket inte framgår av bilden. This year, six million Americans - most of them women - will go to their doctors, complaining of an illness thy have noname for. The majority will be turned away or treated for depression; the few who persist will go to an average of four doctors before they receive the correct diagnosis: fibromyalgia. In Making Sense of Fibromyalgia, noted medical writer Janice Wallace and Dr Daniel Wallace, a leading expert on this disorder, provided a comprehensive guide - for both patients and professionals - to this little known and poorly understood syndrome. Now, in All About Fibromyalgia, the Wallaces provide a thoroughly revised and updated version of that highly successful volume, which was endorsed by the Arthritis Foundation, Southern California Chapter, and has sold almost 23,000 copies since its publication in January 1999. The new volume is completely up-to-date with the current understanding of the disease, and includes information on the latest drug treatments.
- All about fibromyalgia [Elektronisk resurs]
- Wallace, Daniel J. 1949- - Wallace, Janice Brock.
- Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 223-228) and index. Electronic reproduction.