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Table 2 Prevalence rates for long-lasting pain among men and women at baseline and one year follow-up.

From: The transition of reported pain in different body regions – a one-year follow-up study

  Baseline One year follow-up
  Responders with Long-lasting pain% (95%CI) Responders with Long-lasting pain % (95%CI)
Men, n = 5593   
Total 33 (32–34) 32 (31–34)
Neck 14 (13–15) 15 (14–16)
Shoulder 16 (15–17) 15 (14–16)
Elbow/wrist/hand 11 (10–12) 11 (11–12)
Low back 16 (16–17) 16 (15–17)
Women, n = 7014   
Total 46 (45–47) 44 (43–45)
Neck 25 (24–26) 23 (22–24)
Shoulder 25 (24–26) 24 (23–25)
Elbow/wrist/hand 20 (19–21) 20 (19–21)
Low back 20 (19–21) 21 (20–22)