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Figure 1. From: Children with unexplained chronic pain: substantial impairment in everyday life.

 Flowchart inclusion procedure.

A Konijnenberg, et al. Arch Dis Child. 2005 July;90(7):680-686.
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Figure 2. From: Children with unexplained chronic pain: substantial impairment in everyday life.

 Impairments in daily life. The x-axis represents four domains of possible impairment: impairment in sports activities, absence from school, social impairment, and insomnia. The y-axis represents the proportion of children affected, subdivided by referral status: referred by the general practitioner (GP group) or referred by a consultant physician or surgeon (C group).

A Konijnenberg, et al. Arch Dis Child. 2005 July;90(7):680-686.
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Figure 3. From: Children with unexplained chronic pain: substantial impairment in everyday life.

 Number of impaired domains. The x-axis represents the number of impaired domains, subdivided by the relative contribution of the four domains counted: impairment in sports activities, absence from school, social impairment, and nocturnal awakening. The y-axis represents the number of children affected. (A) Data for children referred by a general practitioner (GP group, n = 50). (B) Data for children referred by a consultant physician or surgeon (C group, n = 99).

A Konijnenberg, et al. Arch Dis Child. 2005 July;90(7):680-686.

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