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of results Although there was a general consensus concerning pain, there were some notable differences. Although clinicians believed that only 8% of HS patients had symptoms of depression, more than twice that percentage of patients mentioned these concerns. Also, the 3rd most common complaint was frustration with healthcare professionals, but this was expected to be 11th out of 15. Conclusions HS is a difficult disease to treat. Clinicians may need to be more aware of HS patient's symptoms ofdoi:10.1136/jim-2017-000663.224 fatcat:auen6aqzifbyji2lamb25jy7ty