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Low back pain precedes the development of new knee pain in the elderly population; a novel predictive score from a longitudinal cohort study

20:00 EDT 14 Apr 2019 | Arthritis Research and Therapy

To investigate the association between knee pain and risk factors including low back pain and to develop a score to predict new knee pain in an older population, using population-based longitudinal cohort data.

Original Article: Low back pain precedes the development of new knee pain in the elderly population; a novel predictive score from a longitudinal cohort study

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