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Pain Caused by COVID-19: 7 Questions on What We Know


Pain associated with COVID-19 has many causes and may persist after the infection has resolved. Find out what you've learned about pain in the pandemic with these 7 questions.

Pain associated with COVID-19 infection—during the acute illness or afterward—is common and merits close attention from health care providers.

In a recent review in Pain Reports, authors summarize incidences of acute pain during COVID-19, the types of pain most commonly experienced, disorders accompanying COVID-19 that increase the risk of persistent pain, and the implications of COVID-19 for patients who have chronic pain.

Find out what you know about the pain in the pandemic with this 7-question quiz based on the review.

For more COVID-19 coverage for primary care, visit our COVID-19 Resource Page.
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