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The authors form early 20th century use to name the back mice nodules as painful nodules, tumors, indurations or points related to what they call rheumatism or rheumatic pain.
After the publication from Gowers in 1904 in England, back mice used to be named “fibrositis of the back” or “lumbar fibrositis” specially by the English authors →LINK to articles.
- Chapter 1.2.1 The term “fibrositis”: the consequences of a bad name
- Chapter 1.2.2 Old remedies for Fibrositis
The French authors during the early 20th century used the term “nodule de cellulite” or “infiltrats cellulalgiques” to name the back mice →LINK to articles.
List of articles from early 20th century
- →1904 TREATISE Stockman (from Edinburg, England): The causes, pathology and treatment of chronic rheumatism.