Fatigue and functioning in rheumatic diseases: a biopsychological perspective

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Overman, C.L.;
(2015)
  • Publisher: Utrecht University
  • Subject: fatigue | arthritis | inflammation | Rheumatism | disease activity | psychological distress | physical disability

Rheumatic diseases are characterized by inflammation, damage and pain, mostly of the joints and connective tissues. They can have a profound negative impact on almost every aspect of a patient’s life as well as on the direct environment and society as a whole. Patients ... View more
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