Outcome after Colles fracture: the relative responsiveness of three questionnaires and physical examination measures.

@article{Amadio1996OutcomeAC,
  title={Outcome after Colles fracture: the relative responsiveness of three questionnaires and physical examination measures.},
  author={Peter C Amadio and Marc D. Silverstein and Duane M. Ilstrup and Cathy D. Schleck and Lars Mohr Jensen},
  journal={The Journal of hand surgery},
  year={1996},
  volume={21 5},
  pages={781-7}
}
Clinical evaluation of outcome after Colles fracture has not been standardized. To assess the relative responsiveness of various clinical and questionnaire measures for the assessment of outcome after Colles fracture, 21 patients were surveyed on the day fracture immobilization was discontinued and again 3 months after that date with the following measures: a short form general health survey (SF-36), the Arthritis Impact Measurement Scale (AIMS2), the Brigham and Women's Hospital carpal tunnel… CONTINUE READING

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