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Clinical effectiveness of customised sport shoe orthoses for overuse injuries in runners: a randomised controlled study
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    Results section for Pain/SES score contains many errors

    The section reporting the pain/SES scores on page 962, table 3 and Figure 4 appear to contain many errors.

    The authors state scores in the control group as follows:-

    Before: SES (affective) 18.3 + (sensory)13.3 = 31.6 After: SES (affective) 19.9 + (sensory)13.3 = 33.2 this represents an increase of 1.6

    In the text they have quoted a figure of 32.5, and this error is repeated in the SES Contr...

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