Kenny de Meirleir

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Kenny de Meirleir is best known for his work on chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), including the book Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A Biological Approach (2002) which he co-edited with Patrick Englebienne.

Education and career[edit]

De Meirleir gained his medical degree from the %Vrije Universiteit in Brussels in 1977, and completed an internal medicine residency in the Department of Internal Medicine, University Hospital of Vrije Universiteit, Brussels.[1][third-party source needed]

He is among the authors of over 92 published scientific articles,[2] most of them related to CFS.

Publications[edit]

Books:

  • Kenny De Meirleir, Patrick Englebienne, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A Biological Approach (2002), ISBN 978-0-849-31046-1
  • Kenny De Meirleir, Neil Mcgregor, Pediatric Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (2007), ISBN 978-0-789-03531-8
  • Michel Osteaux, Kenny de Meirleir, Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy in Sports Medicine (1991), ISBN 978-3-540-52548-6

Articles:

  • Meeusen, Romain, and Kenny De Meirleir. "Exercise and brain neurotransmission." Sports Medicine 20, no. 3 (1995): 160-188.

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