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  • Scheduled Test Information To print results, please use only the "Printable Version" print button at the bottom of this page. Please DO NOT use any other print method. Todays Date : Apr 20, 2010 Prefix: Ms. First Name: Khesia Middle Initial : S Last Name: XXXXXX Suffix : Street Address (2) : XXXXXXX Street Address : City : XXXXXX Beach Country : United States My Home State or Province : Florida Page Postal Code : XXXXX Phone Number: 999 999 9999 ( ) - Client Company : Free Test User Logout Claim / Account Number: KXXXXX Authorization Number : 100002720 Test Language : English Test To Take : Pain Validity Test (tm) Test Scheduled to be taken between : 03/31/2009 -04/01/2009 Test Completed : 03/31/2009 Test Status : Completed Test Score : 21.500000 To print results, please use only the "Printable Version" print button at the bottom of this page. Please DO NOT use any other print method. Test Messages : Scoring Category: Exaggerating Pain Patient Interpretation: Based on the above score, the claimant is categorized as an Exaggerating Pain Patient. The PVT was originally validated on 796 chronic pain patients, with the results published in seven peer-reviewed articles in medical and other journals. As documented in the most recent of
  • these articles, 85% of the time claimants categorized as Exaggerating PainPatients by the PVT will have no pathology or only minor pathologycorresponding to their complaint of chronic pain. There is an 85% chancethat there will be an absence of findings, or only minimal findings, onobjective diagnostic test or laboratory study such as an MRI, EMG, nervevelocity conduction study, facet blocks, peripheral nerve blocks, rootblocks, neuromter (CPT), myelogram, CT, 3D-CT, provocative discogram,X-ray or bone scan, and other tests.Recommendation: This claimant has little likelihood of having anyobjective or valid complaint of pain. It is recommended that the results ofthis test be shared with the claimant or his/her representative, or attorney. Itis recommended that this claimant have an IME and surveillanceconducted to evaluate the validity of their claim.These results are intended to provide information that will assist an insurer or other payerin evaluating a claim. They should not be used as the sole basis for accepting or denying aclaim. The test results do not constitute medical advice or a diagnosis, and the test is notintended to be a substitute for a medical examination. Test users should exercise their ownprofessional judgement when evaluating the usefulness of the test results.To print results, please use only the "Printable Version" print button at thebottom of this page. Please DO NOT use any other print method. Save Changes Printable Version CancelView or Print the Authorization Letter