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Baker, D.G. et al. Serial Corticotropin-Releasing Hormone Levels and Adrenocortical Activity in Combat Veterans With Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Cincinnati Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Study done to determine the relationship between symptoms of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and levels of adrenocortical activity and corticotropin releasing hormone.

Barkhuizen, Andre et al. Neuroendocrine Testing of Deployed Persian Gulf War Veterans With Unexplained Musculoskeletal Symptoms. Portland Environmental Hazards Research Center. Discusses the importance of neuroendocrine dysfunction and its role in providing information about the influence of stress in veterans with unexplained illness.

Clauw, D. et al. Physiologic Abnormalities in Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and Gulf War Illness. Georgetown University Medical Center. Discusses the similarities between individuals who became ill in association with Gulf War deployment with civilians with conditions like fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome.

Davis, S. Diane PhD, MD et al. Neurally Mediated Hypotension in Fatigued Gulf War Veterans. Preventative Medicine, Internal Medicine, Evans U.S.Army Community Hospital. Study done to determine if veterans of the Gulf War suffering from chronic fatigue have abnormal responses to head-up tilt.

Engel, Charles C. Jr. MD, MPH et al. Can PTSD Cause Physical Symptoms? A Hypothesis Screen Using Registry Data. Gulf War Health Center, Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Study that uses data from a registry of Gulf War veterans with war-related health concerns and the relationship of PTSD to physical symptoms independent of environmental exposures and medical illness.

Everson, Michael P. et al. PTSD and Immune Dysregulation in Gulf War Veterans. Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, AL. Discusses the effects that stress has on the immune system of Gulf War veterans in an attempt to link stress and immune dysfunction.

Morgan, J.E. PhD. et al. The Relationship Between Gulf War Illness and PTSD: Unequivocal Evidence of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder In A Sample of Gulf War Combat Veterans. Gulf War Research Center. Study done to determine if the diagnosis of PTSD is over reported and the need to utilize appropriate testing procedures.

Natelson, BH et al. Altered Immune Status In Gulf Veterans But Not Civilians With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Center For Environmental Hazards Research. Study done comparing immunological parameters of Gulf veterans and civilians with case definition of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome to see if immune dysregulation plays a role in the initiation of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Peckerman, Arnold PhD. et al Cardiovascular Hyporeactivity and Immune System Functioning In Gulf War Veterans with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. East Orange DVA Medical Center. Study done to determine if centrally-originating abnormalities in sympathetic control of circulation contribute to symptoms in Gulf veterans with Chronic fatigue syndrome and examines for alterations in immune functioning in gulf vets with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome as a factor in autonomic dysregulation.

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