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Figure 3: Pelvic Floor Distress Inventory-20 overall scores according to the presence or absence of neuropathic pain among women referred to physical therapy for chronic low back pain (n = 225). The analysis was adjusted for the demographic and clinical characteristics listed in Table 2. As indicated, the higher incidence of pelvic floor distress among patients with neuropathic pain was not affected by demographic or clinical characteristics

Figure 3: Pelvic Floor Distress Inventory-20 overall 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). The analysis was adjusted for the demographic and clinical characteristics listed in Table 2. As indicated, the higher incidence of pelvic floor distress among patients with neuropathic pain was not affected by demographic or clinical characteristics