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Research Article

Which Seems to Be Worst? Pain Severity and Quality of Life between Patients with Lateral Hip Pain and Low Back Pain

Table 1

Description of quantitative sociodemographic variables between GTPS and CLBP groups.

GTPS group (n = 51)CLBP group (n = 51) value (Student’s t-test)
Mean ± SDMean ± SD

Age (years)48.88 ± 8.5252.43 ± 12.340.095
BMI26.89 ± 5.5329.03 ± 5.600.054
Pain days, last 6 months119.31 ± 62.21136.03 ± 53.800.330
Pain intensity (VAS)35.19 ± 23.5640.10 ± 23.910.150
Chronicity (months)28.52 ± 47.0458.22 ± 90.440.065

GTPS, greater trochanteric pain syndrome; CBLP, chronic low back pain; SD, standard deviation; BMI, body mass index.

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