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History

The Formative Years The first definitive description of an illness resembling poliomyelitis was by Gilliam after the 1930s Los Angeles outbreak. Careful clinical observation in all the epidemics repeatedly found reproducible signs and a distinctive pattern of CNS and sensory nerve involvement, muscle weakness with…

Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME)

**Myalgic Encephalomyelitis** (abbreviated **ME**) is a chronic, inflammatory, primarily neurological disease that is multisystemic, affecting the central nervous system (CNS), immune system, cardiovascular system, endocrinological system, and muscloskeletal system. ME can cause a wide variety of symptoms, including changes in sensory tolerance, visual problems, exertional…

Myalgic Encephalomyelitis

**For several years, the Myalgic Encephalomyelitis page on Disapedia.com was one of the most well-rounded, concise explanations of the disease to possibly exist on the internet.** It was second only to the very factually-deluded Chronic Fatigue Syndrome wikipedia page, in popularity on search engines. I…