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How much does the Dallas Pain Questionnaire score have to improve to indicate that patients with chronic low back pain feel better or well?

Bibliographic reference Marty, M ; Courvoisier, D ; Foltz, V ; Mahieu, Geneviève ; Demoulin, C ; et. al. How much does the Dallas Pain Questionnaire score have to improve to indicate that patients with chronic low back pain feel better or well?. In: European Spine Journal, Vol. 25, no.1, p. 304-309 (2015)
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