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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 3

Comparison of quantitative result variables between GTPS and CLBP groups.

GTPS group (n = 51)CLBP group (n = 51)Mean differences95% of CIEffect size (Cohen’s d)
Mean ± SDMean ± SD

EuroQoL-5D value index0.683 ± 0.2000.689 ± 0.2012.02−6.34To10.380.03
EuroQoL-5D VAS66.73 ± 22.9664.70 ± 19.45−0.006−0.085To0.0720.10
EuroQol-5D sum score23.03 ± 14.5624.31 ± 14.52−1.27−6.98To4.430.08
GCPS total score28.11 ± 14.7435.60 ± 15.11−7.49−13.35To−1.620.51
Prognostic risk score14.21 ± 5.7816.47 ± 5.34−2.25−4.44To−0.060.42

SD, standard deviation; CI, confident interval; VAS, Visual Analogue Scale; GCPS, Graded Chronic Pain Scale; GTPS, greater trochanteric pain syndrome; CBLP, chronic low back pain; .