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ASMO looks similar to BFS

Postby Alien Host on April 8th, 2005, 7:46 pm

Does any one know anything about the study of acquired spontaneous muscle overactivity?
It looks very similar to BFS,
I stumbled on to this when I started looking up all the blood tests my neuro (Dr. Dracula) has ordered. All of the technical terms blew me away and I got a brain fog trying to understand.
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Postby Davey on April 13th, 2005, 5:08 pm

So, you have Vlad the impaler for your neurologist? Sounds like a draining experience. :lol: (Sorry about the pun!)

I have never heard of ASMO, but it sounds like another acronym for BFS, PNH, CFS, etc.

They love acronyms. Docs also like Latin. Helps keep us laypeople in the dark! That is so they can say things like, "I think the etiology for your cephalgia is the inflammation of your trigeminal nerve caused by a misalignment of your mandible," and you'll just keep smiling through the whole thing.

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