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Fig. 3 | BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders

Fig. 3

From: Responsiveness and minimal important change of the QuickDASH and PSFS when used among patients with shoulder pain

Fig. 3

Visual anchor-based MIC distribution of 50 improved and 55 unchanged patients according to the anchor. a The vertical axis depicts the QuickDASH change score. The dotted line represents the MICpred value of 10.8. The light shaded patients are correctly classified, whereas the dark shaded patients are misclassified. 28.0 and 32.7% of the improved and unchanged patients were misclassified, respectively. b The vertical axis depicts the PSFS change score. The dotted line represents the MICpred value of 1.9. The light shaded patients are correctly classified, whereas the dark shaded patients are misclassified. 38.0 and 29.1% of the improved and unchanged patients were misclassified, respectively. Abbreviations: PSFS, Patient-Specific Functional Scale; MICpred, Predictive modelling method of the minimal important change (MIC); QuickDASH, shortened version of the Disabilities of the Arm, Shoulder and Hand questionnaire.

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