Multidimensional scaling map of the conceptual relationships among the clusters of clinical features. The conceptual map shows patient perceptions of the 20 clinical features divided into 6 distinct clusters on the dimensions of Setting, bounded by Group and Individual interactions on the vertical axis, and Status, bounded by Physical and Emotional domains on the horizontal axis. The items in each cluster were determined by the odds ratio of each item being co-selected by fibromyalgia patients as being important to their care. The relative location of each cluster identifies its dimensional relationship. For example, the Pain cluster would be considered strong with regard to Individual effects and the Physical domain, while the Domestic cluster would be strongly Group-related but would have roots in both Physical and Emotional domains.