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Table 1 Terminologies used to refer to clinically meaningful change

From: Minimal clinically important difference of commonly used patient-reported outcome measures in total knee arthroplasty: review of terminologies, methods and proposed values

CitationTestTerminology
Quintana et al., 2006 [16]WOMAC and SF-36MCID
Escobar et al., 2007 [14]WOMAC and SF-36MCID
Chesworth et al., 2008 [13]WOMAC*CID
Escobar et al., 2013 [17]WOMAC*MCID
Clement et al., 2014 [18]OKS and SF-12 PCSMCID
Escobar et al., 2014 [15]WOMAC*MCID
Keurentjes et al., 2014 [26]SF-36CID
Kiran, et al., 2014 [19]OKSMCID
Maratt et al., 2015 [12]WOMAC*MCIC
Kiran, et al., 2015 [27]OKSMID
Beard et al., 2015 [28]OKSMIC
MID
Bin Abd Razak et al., 2016 [20]OKS and SF-36 PCSMCID
Lee et al., 2017 [21]KSSMCID
Berliner, et al., 2017 [22]SF-12 PCSMCID
Ingelsrud et al., 2018 [29]OKSMIC
Lizaur-Utrilla et al., 2019 [23]KSSMCID
Blevins et al., 2019 [24]SF-12MCID
Clement et al., 2019 [25]SF-12MCID
MIC
  1. MCID minimal clinically important difference, MIC minimal important change, MID minimal important difference, CID clinically important difference, MCIC minimal clinical important change, TKA total knee arthroplasty, PROM patient-reported outcome measures, WOMAC Western Ontario And McMaster University Arthritis Index, WOMAC* Western Ontario And McMaster University Arthritis Index reversed scoring system, OKS Oxford Knee Score, KSS Knee Society Score, SF-36 36-item Short Form survey, SF-12 12-item Short Form Survey