Patients with chronic pain and ≥1 posttraumatic stress disorder symptom, particularly numbness or detachment, have poor pain-related outcomes.
No clear association was found between health status and ultrasound remission in patients with rheumatoid arthritis in clinical remission.
Contextual or nonspecific factors may influence treatment outcomes in patients with chronic pain.
Reference values for PROMIS domains have been established by a population-based study.
"Improved pain management should be explored in patients who report high disease activity."
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