Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) - pain area indicator

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Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) - pain area indicator
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NINDS
Definition:
On the diagram, shade in the areas where you feel pain. Put an X on the area that hurts the most, as part of the Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) form.
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Qualified

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Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) - pain area indicator
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Designation:
On the diagram, shade in the areas where you feel pain. Put an X on the area that hurts the most.
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Designations:

Definition:
On the diagram, shade in the areas where you feel pain. Put an X on the area that hurts the most, as part of the Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) form.
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Daut R. et al. Development of the Wisconsin Brief Pain Questionnire to assess pain in cancer and other diseases. Pain, 1983; 17: 197-210. Keller et al. Validity of the brie pain inventory for use in documenting the outcomes of patients with noncancer pain. Clin J Pain 2004; 20: 309-318. Tan G. et al. Validation of the brief pain inventory for nonmalignant pain. J Pain 2004; 5: 133-137.
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Daut R. et al. Development of the Wisconsin Brief Pain Questionnire to assess pain in cancer and other diseases. Pain, 1983; 17: 197-210. Keller et al. Validity of brief pain inventory for use in documenting the outcomes of patients with noncancer pain. Clin J Pain 2004; 20: 309-318. Tan G. et al. Validation of the brief pain inventory for nonmalignant pain. J Pain 2004; 5: 133-137.

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NLM
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wcUw1rqRq9F
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3.1
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NINDS
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C09576
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3
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BPIPainAreaInd
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