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Myofascial syndrome

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myofascial syndrome

(Science: syndrome) irritation of the muscles and fascia of the back and neck causing acute and chronic pain not associated with any neurological or bony evidence of disease; presumed to arise primarily from poorly understood changes in the muscle and fascia themselves.