Prevalence of pain in general practice

@article{Hasselstrm2002PrevalenceOP,
  title={Prevalence of pain in general practice},
  author={J. Hasselstr{\"o}m and Jenny Liu-Palmgren and G{\"o}rel Rasj{\"o}-Wr{\aa}{\aa}k},
  journal={European Journal of Pain},
  year={2002},
  volume={6}
}
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study is to estimate the prevalence and diagnostic pattern of pain at the primary care level during one year in a group practice. This practice serves the patients of a geographically defined area with approximately 14,000 inhabitants. 
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