Table 20Summary of outcome measures

Study, year0-10 point VAS0-100 point VAS10 cm VAS100 mm VAS140 mm VASActivity IndexAndersch and Milson Verbal Pain ScaleBiberoglu and Behrman scaleBeck Depression InventoryEQ-VASEuroQOL EQ-5DGeneral and Mental Health IndicesMcGill Pain QuestionnaireMedication Quantification ScaleMOS SF 12 or 36Pain diaryPain interviewSexual Activity QuestionnaireSocial Readjustment Rating ScaleSymptoms interviewVerbal Pain Rating ScaleOther pain or symptoms duration scaleOther QOL scaleOther pain rating scale
Daniels et al., 200951
Stratton et al., 200877
Palomba et al., 200694
Heyman et al., 200696
Abbott et al., 200695
Sator-Katzen-schlager et al., 200571
Johnson et al., 200480
Onwude et al., 2004101
Zupi et al., 200498
Swank et al., 200393
Ling et al., 199981
Gestri-none Study Group, 199683
Vercellini et al., 199699
Ghaly, 1994102
Vercellini et al., 199382
Walton et al., 1992103
Peters et al., 199175
Prospective cohort studies
Vercellini et al., 201097
Lamvu et al., 200670
Carlson et al., 199454

Abbreviations: QOL = quality of life; RCT = randomized controlled trial; VAS = visual analog scale.

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