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Some concepts, however, were found to be culture specific. For example, only the Chinese used the concept suantong, which is a multidimensional concept used to describe bone, muscle, joint, tooth, and gingival pain (Moore and Dworkin 1988). You may remember, from the descriptions of ethnicity, culture, and race, that it is often unclear what some of these differences may actually describe. In a study of 372 chronic pain patients, Bates et al. (1993) used the Ethnicity and Pain Survey (EPS), which attempted to define just what they meant by cultural background.

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