The relationship of antidepressant use, depression, depressive symptomatology and reported pain to multidisciplinary chronic pain treatment outcome measures
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This study was conducted to analyze various objective measures of treatment outcome among patients that participated in a multidisciplinary chronic pain treatment program and to compare these measures to the absence or presence of antidepressant medication, the level of depression, and the quality of pain and depression reported. In addition, this study examined whether there are certain patient characteristics that are related to treatment outcome measures.
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