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Clinical Study on Pain Index, Radiological Evaluation and MMPI of Traffic Accident Patient

  • Journal of Korean Medicine Rehabilitation
  • Abbr : JKMR
  • 2015, 25(1), pp.77-85
  • Publisher : The Korean Academy Of Oriental Rehabilitation Medicine
  • Research Area : Medicine and Pharmacy > Korean Medicine

김성태 1 송민영 1 김대훈 1 이은지 2 Min Gu Kwon 2 SUL JAE UK 2 Kim Seon Jong 1 배길준 1 choi jin bong 1

1동신대학교
2청연한방병원

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ABSTRACT

This study analyzed the MMPI (Minnesota Multiphashic Personality Inventory), VAS (Visual Analogue Scale), cervical and lumbar curvature (Cervical angle, Ishihara Index, Lumbar angle, Ferguson angle) and satisfaction score of patient of traffic accident. About 59 cases of patients admitted to the Korean Medicine hospital, MMPI and pain levels (VAS) cervical and lumbar curvature (Cervical angle, Ishihara Index, lumbar angle, Ferguson angle) and satisfaction score were measured and statistically analyzed. Depending on the type of accident divided into two groups of In car TA and Out car TA. After hospitalization, patient’s pain index was improved as a whole. Pain index and evaluation of the cervical and lumbar curvature, according to the accident types, the difference was not statistically significant. In the analysis of the MMPI validity scales, In car TA group was analyzed by ‘V-shaped’, Out car TA group was analyzed by umbrella- shaped, ‘inverted V-shaped’. Clinical scales of out car TA group were analyzed by 3-1 profile compared to the In car TA group. Results of multiple regression analysis showed no association between factors and MMPI scales. In the case of a traffic accident patients, damage to the body, as well as emotional and psychological factors are thought to affect the condition or prognosis of patients. In the future, for the management and treatment of these parts will be needed to complement the academic or institutional. (J Korean Med Rehab 2015;25(1):77-85)

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