Apr 15, 2011 Maija Haavisto:
"It is extremely common for MS patients to have symptoms which may sound bizarre to an inexperienced physician, because they fail to conform to anatomical boundaries or physiological concepts, they may be extremely transient, lasting for no more than minutes or seconds, and most importantly cannolt be confirmed by objective findings."
Charles M. Poser, the author of the Poser criteria for the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis.
This, of course, goes for CFS/ME as well, as many patients have unfortunately come to find out. Read more>>