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Fig. 5

From: Pain rates in general population for the period 1991–2015 and 10-years prediction: results from a multi-continent age-period-cohort analysis

Fig. 5

Pain rates and 10-years pain rate projection per age group in females. a: pain rate projection, females, age 31–35. b: pain rate projection, females, age 36–40. c: pain rate projection, females, age 41–45. d: pain rate projection, females, age 46–50. e: pain rate projection, females, age 51–55. f: pain rate projection, females, age 56–60. g: pain rate projection, females, age 61–65. h: pain rate projection, females, age 66–70. i: pain rate projection, females, age 71–75. j: pain rate projection, females, age 76–80. k: pain rate projection, females, age 81–85. l: pain rate projection, females, age 86–90. m: pain rate projection, females, age 91–95. n: pain rate projection, females, age 96–100. Note. The predictive mean is shown as solid line. The different shadings indicate pointwise credible intervals. The central interval represents 10% CI, and the largest interval 95% CI. Observed rates are shown as a filled circle. The vertical dashed line indicates where prediction started

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