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Table S1. Comparison of each QST parameter between healthy controls (HCs), patients with cervical radiculopathy (CxRAD) who responded on painDETECT as being sensitive to a QST parameter (positive) and patients who responded on painDETECT as being not sensitive to a QST parameter (negative). The score ‘strongly’ was used as the cut-off score for answers on the painDETECT. Data are shown as mean (SD) for untransformed data and retransformed mean for log-normally distributed data (CPT, MDT, PPT).

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Table S2. Comparison of each QST parameter between healthy controls (HCs), patients with fibromyalgia (FM) who responded on painDETECT as being sensitive to a QST parameter (positive) and patients who responded on painDETECT as being not sensitive to a QST parameter (negative). The score ‘strongly’ was used as the cut-off score for answers on the painDETECT. Data are shown as mean (SD) for untransformed data and retransformed mean for log-normally distributed data (CPT, MDT, PPT).

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