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Table 4 Frequency of chronic pain locations in gender

From: Chronic pain in multi-traumatized outpatients with a refugee background resettled in Norway: a cross-sectional study

  Men (n = 36) Women (n = 25) Total population (n = 61) Chi2/t-value p-value p-value§
Variables N % N % N %    
Chronic pain locations*    
Stomach pain 16 45.7 19 54.3 35 57.3 6.007 0.019   0.224
Chest pain 28 62.2 17 37.8 45 73.8 0.729 0.555   1.000
Arms/legs pain 21 52.5 19 47.5 40 65.6 2.040 0.181   1.000
Back pain 19 50.0 19 50.0 38 62.3 3.387 0.106   0.957
Joints pain 16 48.5 17 51.5 33 54.1 3.297 0.116   0.930
Head pain 27 55.1 22 44.9 49 80.3 1.578 0.328   1.000
Pain during urination 10 50.0 10 50.0 20 32.8 1.000 0.408   1.000
Other pain locations 10 52.6 9 47.6 19 31.1 0.465 0.579   1.000
Chronic pain at clinical levels 23 57.5 17 42.5 40 100 0.110 0.790   -
Total number of pain locations # Mean (SD) 4.08(2.13) 5.28(1.86) 4.57(2.09) −2.271 0.027   -
  1. Exact chi-square tests were performed; (*) Chronic pain at clinical levels; (#) T-tests; (§) p-values adjusted for multiple testing by Holm adjustment; in bold significant p-values.