PRFEQPatient-Related Forearm Evaluation Questionnaire
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The total scores of PRFEQ in Group 2 patients also indicated significantly more impairments than in Group 1 patients (p=0.02); however, there was no significant difference in pain or functional disability scores of the SF-36 scales between the groups (p=0.45 and p=0.84) (Table 2).
Pain evaluations were strongly associated with bodily pain scales of SF-36 and all parts of PRFEQ in Group 2 patients (p=0.000 for pain during the day; p=0.004, p=0.003 and p=0.001 for pain under strain) (Table 4).
The results showed close associations between clinical examination findings and SF-36 and PRFEQ assessments with pain in patients who had sonographic findings of LE.