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Table 5 Differences between groups on pain locations and total number of chronic pains

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

  No PTSD (n = 11) PTSD (n = 50) Chi2/t-value p-value p-value§
Variables N % N %    
Chronic pain locations*
Stomach pain 5 14.3 30 87.7 0.780 0.504 1.000
Chest pain 7 15.6 38 84.4 0.712 0.457 1.000
Arms/legs pain 6 15.0 34 85.0 0.723 0.483 1.000
Back pain 6 15.8 32 82.2 0.343 0.733 1.000
Joints pain 6 18.2 27 81.8 0.001 1.000 1.000
Head pain 7 14.3 42 85.7 2.366 0.203 1.000
Pain during urination 2 10.0 18 90.0 1.299 0.312 1.000
Other pain locations 3 15.8 16 84.2 0.094 1.000 1.000
Chronic pain at clinical levels 5 12.5 35 87.5 2.406 0.164 -
Total number of pain locations # (Mean (SD) 3.82 (2.2) 4.74 (2.1) −1.331 0.190 -
  1. Exact chi-square tests were performed; (*) Chronic pain at clinical levels; (#) T-tests; (§) p-values adjusted for multiple testing by Holm adjustment.