Síndrome da Fibromialgia e Transtorno Depressivo: uma análise de estudos transversais e longitudinais / Fibromilagia Syndrome and Depressive Disorder: an analysis of cross and longitudinal studies

Renan da Silva Bentes, Calvino Camargo, Bruno Leitão da Silva, Marcelo Caetano Hortegal Andrade, Elias José Piazentin Gonçalves Junior, Matheus Mychael Mazzaro Conchy, Narottam Sócrates Garcia Chumpitaz, Edla Mayara Fernandes Vaz, Suéllem Crystina de Siqueira Paiva dos Santos

Abstract


A síndrome da fibromialgia é caracterizada por dor musculoesquelética generalizada, difusa, crônica, persistente e substrato não inflamatória, acometendo predominantemente o sexo feminino, sendo o transtorno depressivo comumente encontrado. Considerando a importância do tema, o objetivo desse estudo visa analisar a associação dessas duas patologias, por meio de revisão sistemática, através de pesquisas observacionais dos tipos transversal e longitudinal. Foi realizada uma pesquisa bibliográfica mediante as bases de dados MEDLINE, LILCAS, IBECS e PUBMED, na qual foram analisados 21 artigos. Os estudos demonstraram que essas síndromes, quando presentes de maneira concomitante, associam-se negativamente a qualidade de vida e sintomas depressivos, desempenho cognitivo e baixo limiar de dor.


Keywords


Síndrome da fibromialgia, transtorno depressivo, pesquisas observacionais

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