Il dolore nella fibromialgia come modello biopsicosociale di dolore cronico

  • Roberto Casale
  • Pier Carlo Sarzi Puttini
  • Italian Fibromyalgia Network

Riassunto

In ambito biomedico, la definizione di una patologia è fondamentalmente un processo culturale, dove identificazione e illustrazione delle caratteristiche che definiscono una patologia sono oggetto di un processo logico di sintesi, atto a distinguere quel determinato quadro clinico da altre patologie. Ciò allo scopo di permettere al clinico la sua identificazione e di attuare strategie terapeutiche mirate alla sua eziopatogenesi.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Roberto Casale
    • 1
  • Pier Carlo Sarzi Puttini
    • 2
  • Italian Fibromyalgia Network
  1. 1.Dipartimento di Neuropsicologia ClinicaFondazione IRCCS “Salvatore Maugeri”Montescano (PV)Italia
  2. 2.Divisione di ReumatologiaOspedale Luigi SaccoMilanoItalia

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