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Table 4 Pain- and psychological health-related measures

From: Pain catastrophising, body mass index and depressive symptoms are associated with pain severity in tertiary referral orthopaedic foot/ankle patients

Pain Measures Median (Q1, Q3)a
MOXFQa
 Walking / standing 67.9 (50.0, 85.7)
 Pain 70.0 (55.0, 80.0)
 Social interaction 62.5 (37.5, 75.0)
 MOXFQ-index 65.6 (51.6, 79.7)
Depressive symptoms, n (%) 83 (48.3)
Central sensitisation syndrome, n (%) 66 (38.4)
PCS
 Rumination 6.0 (2.0, 11.0)
 Magnification 3.5 (1.0, 6.25)
 Helplessness 9.0 (4.0, 15.0)
Pain catastrophisation, n (%) 42 (24.4)
  1. aUnless otherwise indicated. aIn cases of bilateral foot pain, data reported for more painful foot
  2. Data missing from participants (n); MOXFQ-index (5), depressive symptoms (8), central sensitisation syndrome (6), pain catastrophisation (26)
  3. Abbreviations: MOXFQ Manchester-Oxford Foot and Ankle Questionnaire, PCS Pain Catastrophizing Scale, Q1 = lower quartile, Q3 = upper quartile