Eletroencephalographic study of individuals with chronic pain during fibromyalgia

Eletroencephalographic study of individuals with chronic pain during fibromyalgia

Madruga, M.L.L.H1; Melo, G.A2; Martins, M.L3; Aranha, R.E.L.B4; Marinho, J.S5; Alves, N.T6

1Estudante de Fisioterapia – UFPB; 2,3,4Mestranda em Neurociência Cognitiva e Comportamento – UFPB, 5Estudante de Engenharia de Produção – UFPB, 6Docente/Pesquisador do Departamento de Psicologia – UFPB.

Introduction: Fibromyalgia is a syndrome that is mainly featured by the chronic pain presence and its phisiophatology is unknown. In the EEG records it is observed a hipersensibility from the envolved areas at the pain process, which can be a resource capable to clarify its phisiophatology. Objective: It was performed a search at Pubmed, Lilacs e Scielo databases with the keywords: Electroencephalogram, electroencephalography and fibromyalgia. The exclusion criterias were the electroencephalogram use for avaliation of other clinic condition beyond fibromyalgia and repeated articles at the databases. Results: After the aplication of the eligibility criterias were found 23 articles. Conclusion: The electrical cortical activity analysis using the electroencephalogram records is set like a promising method of avaliation and identification of a fibromyalgia biomarker.

Keywords:  Chronic Pain; Electroencephalography; Fibromyalgia

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Madruga, M.L.L.H; Melo, G.A; Martins, M.L; Aranha, R.E.L.B; Marinho, J.S; Alves, N.T. Eletroencephalographic study of individuals with chronic pain during fibromyalgia.International Research Journal of Optics and Photonics, 2018, 1:4. DOI: 10.28933/irjop-2018-05-1804

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