Cognitive functioning of patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)

Neuropsychological problems are a distressing and frequent

component of the symptom complex associated with chronic

fatigue syndrome. Objective assessment of these difficulties

is essential to understanding the nature of this illness.

Results of the studies discussed in this paper suggest that

impaired information processing, rather than primary memory

dysfunction, may be at the root of the cognitive problems that

afflict so many patients with CFS.

Johnson SK, DeLuca J, Fiedler N, Natelson BH

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