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        In the article “Previous Mental Disorders and Subsequent Onset of Chronic Back or Neck Pain: Findings From 19 Countries,” published in the January 2018 issue (The Journal of Pain 2018;19:99–110), Jordi Alonso's affiliations were incomplete. The complete affiliations are Health Services Research Unit, IMIM-Hospital del Mar Medical Research Institute, Barcelona, Spain, Pompeu Fabra University (UPF), Barcelona, Spain, and CIBER en Epidemiología y Salud Pública (CIBERESP), Spain.

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        • Previous Mental Disorders and Subsequent Onset of Chronic Back or Neck Pain: Findings From 19 Countries
          The Journal of PainVol. 19Issue 1
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            Back and neck pain are among the most common pain conditions in the general population,24,25,55 being, respectively, the leading and the fourth cause of years lost due to disability worldwide.55 Twelve-month prevalence estimates of back pain range between 12 and 56%,11,12,35,37,41,53 and of neck pain, from 12 to 34%3,12,30; co-occurrence is frequent.9 Furthermore, back/neck pain is often associated with other pain conditions, physical diseases, and mental disorders.2,5,8,10,22,23,45,53
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