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Minimal Clinically Important Difference of Ibadan Knee Hip OsteoArthritis Outcome Measure (IKHOAM)- A Cross-Sectional Study

@inproceedings{Akinpelu2011MinimalCI,
  title={Minimal Clinically Important Difference of Ibadan Knee Hip OsteoArthritis Outcome Measure (IKHOAM)- A Cross-Sectional Study},
  author={A. O. Akinpelu and A. Odole and Sarafadeen Raheem},
  year={2011}
}
Standardization of patientreport outcome measures has improved the ability of clinicians to determine methods of care that provide better results when targeted at homogenous populations. Parallel to the advancement of patient-report outcomes measures is the development of the minimal clinically important difference (MCID) score. 1 MCID of an instrument has been defined as the “smallest difference in score in the domain of interest that patients perceive as important, either beneficial or… Expand
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