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Responsiveness of Commonly Used Patient-Reported Outcome Instruments in Lumbar Microdiscectomy
Karthik Vishwanathan, Ian Braithwaite


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Patient-Reported Outcome Measures Available for Adult Lumbar Scoliosis
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Literature review to assemble the evidence for response scales used in patient-reported outcome measures
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Patient-Reported Outcome Assessment Instruments for Tonsillectomy and Tonsillotomy (Review)
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Patient-Reported Outcomes In Studies Published In 2014: Which Tools Have Been Most Commonly Used In Studies Of Respiratory Disorders?
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