Patient Visual Decision Aid - Imaging tests for low back pain
There was no difference in outcomes in terms of pain, physical functioning, and satisfaction in patients with low back pain. 50 out of every 100 patients without imaging reported long-term overall improvement. 43 out of every 100 patients with imaging reported the same effect.

Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed

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Linked by Dr. Gerald Diaz @GeraldMD · 8 months ago
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