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Figure 1 | BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders

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From: Studying the association between musculoskeletal disorders, quality of life and mental health. A primary care pilot study in rural Crete, Greece

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SF-36 mean scores of patients with and without MSD during the last 7-day period. Statistical significant values are printed in bold/italics. SD values are presented in the parentheses below. PH: physical functioning (MSD YES: Mean = 30.7, Min = 25.4, Max = 33.6) (MSD NO: Mean = 24.9, Min = 23, Max = 26.3) RL EHP: role limitations due to emotional health problems (MSD YES: Mean = 48.5, Min = 45.7, Max = 51.6) (MSD NO: Mean = 39.3, Min = 37.9, Max = 41.2) BP: bodily pain (MSD YES: Mean = 25.9, Min = 20.4, Max = 32.2) (MSD NO: Mean = 25.3, Min = 24.7, Max = 26.4) GH: general health (MSD YES: Mean = 9.9, Min = 7.8, Max = 13.8) (MSD NO: Mean = 12.1, Min = 11.7, Max = 12.4) VT: vitality (MSD YES: Mean = 19.1, Min = 17.7, Max = 22.5) (MSD NO: Mean = 16.7, Min = 16.4, Max = 17.1) SF: social functioning (MSD YES: Mean = 10.4, Min = 6, Max = 13.1) (MSD NO: Mean = 9.1, Min = 8.8., Max = 9.7) RL PHP: role limitations due to physical health problems (MSD YES: Mean = 46, Min = 38.2, Max = 51.6) (MD NO: Mean = 32.6, Min = 31.1, Max = 34.8) MH: mental health (MSD YES: Mean = 10.4, Min = 9.1, Max = 11.8) (MSD NO: Mean = 10.6, Min = 10, Max = 10.9).

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