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Table 1 Participants’ demographics

From: Diagnosis and management of lumbar spinal stenosis in primary care in France: a survey of general practitioners

Women, n/N (%) 39/90 (43.3)
Mean age (SD), yearsa 48.3 (11.5)
Mean duration of practice (SD), yearsa 18.4 (12)
Location of practice, n/N (%)
 Private practice 43/90 (47.8)
Maison de Santé Pluriprofessionnelle 22/90 (24.4)
 Clinic 1/90 (1.1)
 Hospital 13/90 (14.4)
 Mixed practice (private and hospital) 5/90 (5.6)
 Other 27/90 (30.0)
If hospital activity, specialty of the department
 No hospital activity 69/90 (76.7)
 Emergency medicine 6/90 (6.7)
 Multidisciplinary department of medicine 3/90 (3.3)
 Internal medicine 1/90 (1.1)
 Geriatric 4/90 (4.4)
 PRM 1/90 (1.1)
 Other 6/90 (6.7)
Additional training in PRM, neurology or rheumatology (yes), n/N (%) 4/90 (4.4)
Number of people with LSS followed-up a year, n/N (%)
 0 12/88 (13.6)
 < 5 38/88 (43.2)
 5-10 23/88 (26.1)
  10-50 14/88 (15.9)
  > 50 1/88 (1.1)
  1. PRM Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine
  2. aN = 84