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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 5

Descriptive data and of five dimensions of EQ-5D and comparison between the GTPS and CLBP groups.

EQ-5D dimensionGroups value (chi-square test)
GTPS group (n = 51)CLBP group (n = 51)

MobilityNo problem16 (31.4%)17 (33.3%)0.308
Slight problem19 (37.3%)23 (45.1%)
Moderate problem13 (25.5%)10 (19.6%)
Severe problem3 (5.9%)0 (0%)
Unable to0 (0%)1 (2%)

Self-careNo problem38 (74.5%)38 (74.5%)0.783
Slight problem6 (11.8%)6 (11.8%)
Moderate problem7 (13.7%)6 (11.8%)
Severe problem0 (0%)1 (2%)
Unable to0 (0%)0 (0%)

Usual activitiesNo problem18 (25.3%)23 (45.1%)0.436
Slight problem23 (45.1%)15 (29.4%)
Moderate problem9 (17.6%)12 (23.5%)
Severe problem1 (2%)1 (2%)
Unable to0 (0%)0 (0%)

Pain/discomfortNo problem4 (7.8%)1 (2%)0.024
Slight problem21 (41.2%)13 (25.5%)
Moderate problem16 (31.4%)31 (60.8%)
Severe problem10 (19.6%)6 (11.8%)
Unable to0 (0%)0 (0%)

Anxiety/depressionNo problem31 (60.8%)21 (41.2%)0.052
Slight problem13 (25.5%)18 (35.3%)
Moderate problem2 (3.9%)10 (19.6%)
Severe problem3 (5.9%)1 (2%)
Unable to2 (3.9%)1 (2%)

All data are presented as number and percentage (n (%)). EQ-5D, EuroQoL Five Dimensions; GTPS, greater trochanteric pain syndrome; CBLP, chronic low back pain.