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Clinical Study

Pain and Its Consequences in Quality of Life: A Study with WHOQOL-Bref in Leprosy Patients with Neuropathic Pain

Table 2

Mean scores and 95% confidence interval of the facets of WHOQOL-bref.

DomainFacetMean95% CI

Activities of daily living2.82.3–3.2
Dependence on medicinal substances 3.42.8–4.0
Energy and fatigue2.72.3–3.1
PhysicalMobility3.12.4–3.8
Pain and discomfort3.52.9–4.1
Sleep and rest2.31.7–3.0
Work capacity2.41.7–3.1

Bodily image and appearance3.12.5–3.7
Negative feelings2.92.2–3.6
Positive feelings3.12.5–3.7
PsychologicalSelf-esteem3.32.7–3.9
Spirituality/religion 4.03.5–4.4
Thinking, learning3.12.6–3.6
Bodily image and appearance3.63.0–4.2

Personal relationships3.62.9–4.2
Social relationshipsSocial support4.03.5–4.6
Sexual activity3.02.4–3.7

Financial resources2.21.7–2.8
Freedom and physical safety 2.72.0–3.4
Health and social care: accessibility 3.83.2–4.4
EnvironmentHome environment3.42.6–4.1
New information and skills3.12.6–3.6
Recreation/leisure activities2.72.0–3.4
Physical environment 3.42.9–3.9
Transport3.02.4–3.6

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