2014, Number 4
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ABSTRACTChronic pain is a health problem in countries around the world, sometimes the diagnosis is challenging and its treatment is complicated when you have a multifactorial cause. The prevalence of chronic pain varies from 16% to 70%. It is more common in women than in men, is associated with degenerative diseases and in persons aged 65 or more.
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