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(American Journal of Sports Medicine[TA])
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  • Timeline for Maximal Subjective Outcome Improvement After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Sports Med 2018 Nov 12; :363546518803365
  • Agarwalla A, Puzzitiello RN, … Forsythe B
  • CONCLUSIONS: After ACL reconstruction, maximal subjective medical improvement is established 1 year postoperatively, with no further perceived clinical improvement beyond this time point according to current PROMs. The KOOS may be a more responsive metric to subjective improvements in this patient cohort than other patient-reported outcomes, such as the IKDC and Lysholm.
  • Validity and Responsiveness of the Single Alpha-numeric Evaluation for Shoulder Patients. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Sports Med 2018 Nov 12; :363546518807924
  • Thigpen CA, Shanley E, … Hawkins RJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: The study demonstrates that the SANE is valid for a range of common shoulder diagnoses to assess patient outcomes across operative and nonoperative treatment for shoulder complaints. The MCID of 15% is similar to that of the ASES (11%), suggesting that the SANE is a simple and efficient tool to assess treatment effects for shoulder disorders. Future studies are warranted to confirm these results and compare across other body parts and diagnoses.
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