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Objective: To explore and describe how patients with recurrent low back pain perceive and respond to the recurrence of pain. Design: A semi-structured interview study. Subjects: Seventeen patients (10 women and 7 men) with recurrent low back pain. Methods: Semi-structured interviews were analysed using the phenomenographic method. Results: Patients' perceptions of relapse of low back pain could be divided into 4 different categories: (i) an unsolved mystery, a source of uncertainty anddoi:10.2340/16501977-0104 pmid:17896056 fatcat:aihrs6u7ebb6ncz2yhzxgyfktu