Clinical features of disorders which have central sensitivity syndrome in its nature are reviewed in this article. Also clinical features and treatment of fibromyalgia syndrome, irritable bowel syndrome, myofascial pain syndrome, tension-type headache, migraine, interstitial cystitis, primary dysmenorrheal are considered.

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Radyey G Esin

Kazan state medical academy

Email: radyesin@gmail.com
420012, Каzan, Мushtari street 11
department of neurology and manual therapy

Oleg R Esin

Republican clinical hospial №2 HM RT

Каzan, Chekhov street, 1а

Elvira R Mukhametova

Kazan state medical academy

420012, Каzan, Мushtari street 11
department of neurology and manual therapy

Nailya Z Lotfullina

Republican clinical hospial №2 HM RT

Каzan, Chekhov street, 1а


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