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Table 1 Intensity and unpleasantness of stump and phantom pain in 2005 when the patient was first interviewed and at 2009 follow-up

From: A sleeping phantom leg awakened following hemicolectomy, thrombosis, and chemotherapy: a case report

Level of pain 2005 2009
Stump pain   
   Intensity (constant)a 70 25
   Intensity during episode of paina 70 80
   Unpleasantnessb 70 35
Phantom pain   
   Intensity (constant)a 60 30
   Intensity during episode of paina 70 80
   Unpleasantnessb 50 35
  1. aRated on a scale where 0 means no pain and 100 means the worst possible pain; brated on a scale where 0 means not unpleasant pain and 100 means intolerable pain.