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Figure 2: Pelvic Floor Distress Inventory-20 overall and subscale scores according to the presence or absence of neuropathic pain among women referred to physical therapy for chronic low back pain (n = 225). Data are derived from the scores shown in Supporting Table 4 after transformation to a 100-point scale. P values were calculated using the Mann–Whitney nonparametric test. As indicated, patients with neuropathic pain had significantly higher mean distress scores, compared to those without neuropathic pain

Figure 2: Pelvic Floor Distress Inventory-20 overall and subscale scores according to the presence or absence of neuropathic pain among women referred to physical therapy for chronic low back pain (<i>n</i> = 225). Data are derived from the scores shown in Supporting Table 4 after transformation to a 100-point scale. <i>P</i> values were calculated using the Mann–Whitney nonparametric test. As indicated, patients with neuropathic pain had significantly higher mean distress scores, compared to those without neuropathic pain