Marloes Thoomes-de Graaf

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BACKGROUND Shoulder pain is disabling and has a considerable socio-economic impact. Over 50% of patients presenting in primary care still have symptoms after 6 months; moreover, prognostic factors such as pain intensity, age, disability level and duration of complaints are associated with poor outcome. Most shoulder complaints in this group are categorized(More)
OBJECTIVE To critically appraise and compare the measurement properties of self-administered patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) focussing on the shoulder, assessing "activity limitations." STUDY DESIGN Systematic review. The study population had to consist of patients with shoulder pain. We excluded postoperative patients or patients with generic(More)
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