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Table 4 Baseline phenotyping battery for MAPP: non-urological self-report questionnaires

From: The MAPP research network: design, patient characterization and operations

Instrument     Subscales
Complex Multi-Symptom Inventory (CMSI) (Diagnostics of co-morbid functional disorders and overall symptom burden) 1. Fibromyalgia
2. Chronic fatigue syndrome
3. Irritable bowel syndrome
4. Vulvadynia
5. Migraine
6. Temporomandibular disorders
7. Past year total symptom burden
Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) (General clinical pain) 1. Severity
2. Interference
3. Medications
4. Relief from medications
5. Body map: overall
6. Body map: male genital
7. Body map: female genital
Short Form-12 (Functional status) 1. Physical status
2. Physical role status
3. Bodily pain
4. General health
5. Energy/vitality
6. Social functioning
7. Mental health
8. Role limitations (emotional)
9. Composite physical (PCS)
10. Composite mental health (MCS)
PROMIS: Fatigue 1. Total score (t-score)
PROMIS: Sleep disturbance 1. Total score (t-score)
Multiple Abilities Self-Report Questionnaire (MASQ) (Perceived cognitive problems) 1. Language ability
2. Visio-spatial ability
3. Verbal memory
4. Visual memory
5. Attention/concentration
Perceived Stress Scale (PSS) 1. Total score
Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale 1. Depressive symptoms (HADS:D)
2. Anxiety Symptoms (HADS:A)
PROMIS: Anger 1. Total score (t-score)
Positive and Negative Affect Scale (PANAS) 1. Positive affect
2. Negative affect
3. Affect balance
International Personality Item Pool (IPIP) 1. Neuroticism
2. Extroversion
3. Agreeableness
4. Conscientiousness
5. Openness to experience
Coping Strategies Questionnaire (Catastrophizing scale) 1. Cat score
Beliefs in Pain Control Questionnaire (BPCQ) 1. Internal locus of control
2. Powerful doctors (external locus)
3. Chance (external locus)
Childhood Traumatic Events Scale (CTES) Recent Traumatic Events Scale (RTES) 1. Age of each trauma
2. Intensity of each trauma
3. Confiding in others for each trauma
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