Subject: Evidence 2 Practice | treatment | pain | evidence | fibromyalgia | management | Research and Reviews [Open Access Rheumatology] | Diseases of the musculoskeletal system | RC925-935
mesheuropmc: musculoskeletal diseases
Kim Francis Le Marshall, Geoffrey Owen LittlejohnDepartments of Rheumatology and Medicine, Monash Medical Centre and Monash University, Victoria, AustraliaDate of preparation: 14 June 2011Clinical question: What are the effective, evidence-based strategies available for... View more
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