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Development and validation of Arabic version of the pain catastrophizing scale

Terkawi Abdullah Sulieman, Sullivan Michael, Abolkhair Abdullah, Al-Zhahrani Tariq, Terkawi Rayan Suliman, Alasfar Esraa M, Khait Shadi Sharif Abu, Elkabbani Ahmed, Kabbani Nasib, Altirkawi Khaild A, Tsang Siny

Year : 2017| Volume: 11| Issue : 5 | Page no: 63-70

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