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Images Dated 19th July 2002

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Male figure depicting pain points in fibromyalgia Featured 19 Jul 2002 Print

Male figure depicting pain points in fibromyalgia

Pain points in fibromyalgia. Computer-enhanced illustration of the muscle anatomy of a standing male figure, showing red points of pain in fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia is chronic pain in muscles and soft tissues that surround joints. Different countries classify different body points as being important sites of pain in fibromyalgia. Here, the German system lists 24 points of which 15 are visible (one more on the far side of the head, and eight on the back). If 12 out of 24 points are painful when pressed, the diagnosis is fibromyalgia. American doctors list 18 points of pain. The causes of fibromyalgia may be numerous, and treatment depends on the cause

© Alfred Pasieka/Science Photo Library

Formula One World Championship: It was a good day for McLaren as David Coulthard and Kimi Raikkonen wound up first and second fastest respectively Featured 19 Jul 2002 Print

Formula One World Championship: It was a good day for McLaren as David Coulthard and Kimi Raikkonen wound up first and second fastest respectively

It was a good day for McLaren as David Coulthard (GBR) (Left) and Kimi Raikkonen (FIN) (right) wound up first and second fastest respectively in opening practice.
French Grand Prix, Magny-Cours, France, 19 July 2002.
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Formula One World Championship: Gerhard Berger Ferrari 412T2 retired following an ambitious overtaking manoeuvre on Martin Brundle which saw Featured 19 Jul 2002 Print

Formula One World Championship: Gerhard Berger Ferrari 412T2 retired following an ambitious overtaking manoeuvre on Martin Brundle which saw

Gerhard Berger (AUT) Ferrari 412T2 retired following an ambitious overtaking manoeuvre on Martin Brundle (GBR) which saw them both out of the race.
Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, 11 June 1995

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