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Abdominal Wall Pain Questionnaire
1. How often do you experience bloating or a feeling of gas in the intestines? [select name="variable_1" value="Mostly=0|Regularly=0|Sometimes=1|Never=1"]
2. Does pain exist on different spots all over the abdomen? [select name="variable_2" value="Yes=0|No=1"]
3. Does pain dominate over discomfort? [select name="variable_3" value="Yes=1|No=0"]
4. How often do you have pain when lying on the affected side? [select name="variable_4" value="Mostly=1|Regularly=1|Sometimes=0|Never=0"]
5. How often does the stool have an abnormal consistency (e.g., hard and small, pencil thin, loose, watery)? [select name="variable_5" value="Mostly=0|Regularly=0|Sometimes=1|Never=1"]
6. Does it feel like the pain originates just beneath the skin? [select name="variable_6" value="Yes=1|No=0"]
7. How often do you have sharp pain? [select name="variable_7" value="Mostly=1|Regularly=1|Sometimes=0|Never=0"]
8. Does it feel like the pain originates from the gastrointestinal tract? [select name="variable_8" value="Yes=0|No=1"]
9. How often do you feel an urgent need for bowel movement without producing stool (incomplete defecation)? [select name="variable_9" value="Mostly=0|Regularly=0|Sometimes=1|Never=1"]
10. How often do you have pain when coughing, sneezing, or squeezing? [select name="variable_10" value="Mostly=1|Regularly=1|Sometimes=0|Never=0"]
11. Is the pain always located in the same spot? [select name="variable_11" value="Yes=1|No=0"]
12. Is the pain just lateral to the midline of the abdomen? [select name="variable_12" value="Yes=1|No=0"] <--
13. Is the pain related to an altered defecation pattern? [select name="variable_13" value="Yes=0|No=1"]
14. How often do you have pain with daily activities (e.g., walking, sitting, cycling, bending)? [select name="variable_14" value="Mostly=1|Regularly=1|Sometimes=0|Never=0"]
15. How often does the painful spot feel strange, different, or dull? [select name="variable_15" value="Mostly=1|Regularly=1|Sometimes=0|Never=0"]
16. How often does stress provoke the pain? [select name="variable_16" value="Mostly=0|Regularly=0|Sometimes=1|Never=1"]
17. Can you show with the tip of your finger where the most intense pain is? [select name="variable_17" value="Yes=1|No=0"]
18. How often do you have pain when pushing on the tender spot? [select name="variable_18" value="Mostly=1|Regularly=1|Sometimes=0|Never=0"]
Score --> [calc memo="number" value="(variable_1)+(variable_2)+(variable_3)+(variable_4)+(variable_5)+(variable_6)+(variable_7)+(variable_8)+(variable_9)+(variable_10)+(variable_11)+(variable_12)+(variable_13)+(variable_14)+(variable_15)+(variable_16)+(variable_17)+(variable_18)"]
A score of 10 or higher suggests diagnosis of Anterior Cutaneous Nerve Entrapment Syndrome (ACNES) over irritable bowel syndrome with 94% sensitivity and 92% specificity.
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[link url="//www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24204070" memo="#1"] van Assen T, de Jager-Kievit JW, Scheltinga MR, Roumen RM. Chronic abdominal wall pain misdiagnosed as functional abdominal pain. J Am Board Fam Med. 2013 Nov-Dec;26(6):738-44.
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Abdominal Wall Pain Questionnaire
1. How often do you experience bloating or a feeling of gas in the intestines?
2. Does pain exist on different spots all over the abdomen?
3. Does pain dominate over discomfort?
4. How often do you have pain when lying on the affected side?
5. How often does the stool have an abnormal consistency (e.g., hard and small, pencil thin, loose, watery)?
6. Does it feel like the pain originates just beneath the skin?
7. How often do you have sharp pain?
8. Does it feel like the pain originates from the gastrointestinal tract?
9. How often do you feel an urgent need for bowel movement without producing stool (incomplete defecation)?
10. How often do you have pain when coughing, sneezing, or squeezing?
11. Is the pain always located in the same spot?
12. Is the pain just lateral to the midline of the abdomen? <--
13. Is the pain related to an altered defecation pattern?
14. How often do you have pain with daily activities (e.g., walking, sitting, cycling, bending)?
15. How often does the painful spot feel strange, different, or dull?
16. How often does stress provoke the pain?
17. Can you show with the tip of your finger where the most intense pain is?
18. How often do you have pain when pushing on the tender spot?
Score --> number(variable_1)+(variable_2)+(variable_3)+(variable_4)+(variable_5)+(variable_6)+(variable_7)+(variable_8)+(variable_9)+(variable_10)+(variable_11)+(variable_12)+(variable_13)+(variable_14)+(variable_15)+(variable_16)+(variable_17)+(variable_18)
A score of 10 or higher suggests diagnosis of Anterior Cutaneous Nerve Entrapment Syndrome (ACNES) over irritable bowel syndrome with 94% sensitivity and 92% specificity.
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