Reproducibility Of The Kellgren And Lawrence Radiographic Scale And Its Association With The Intensity Of Pain, A Look From The Physiotherapy.

Eliana Isabel Rodriguez Grande, Jose-Luis Osma-Rueda, Yannely Serrano

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Resumen

To evaluate the intra-evaluator reproducibility and the association of the radiographic scale with the intensity of pain at rest, on palpation, and after performing functional activities. This was across-sectional study. The population was made up of people with medical diagnoses of OA at the knee (tibiofemoral) between 40 and 75 years of age. An orthopedist evaluated the X-rays who was blind; images were evaluated in physical form, and they were randomly sorted.The pain intensity was evaluated once, by an experienced physiotherapistwhile the radiographic images were evaluated twice with a period of 8-15 days between the two evaluations. Intra-evaluator reproducibility was calculated using Cohen’s Kappa coefficient. The correlation between the grade of severity and clinical variables of pain intensity was determined using Spearman’s correlation. Intra-evaluator reproducibility was good 0.72 (0.484 -0.767) and the association of the grade on the radiography scale and the intensity of pain at rest, on palpation, and after engaging infunctional activities was very low, at 0.3, -0.07, and 0.1. The application of the radiographic scale requires previous training and its correlation with pain in any of its attributes is very low.
Idioma originalEnglish (US)
Páginas1816-1823
Número de páginas8
Volumen9
N.º5
Publicación especializadaResearch Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences
EstadoPublished - sep 2018

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Reproducibility Of The Kellgren And Lawrence Radiographic Scale And Its Association With The Intensity Of Pain, A Look From The Physiotherapy. / Rodriguez Grande, Eliana Isabel; Osma-Rueda, Jose-Luis; Serrano, Yannely.

En: Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences, Vol. 9, N.º 5, 09.2018, p. 1816-1823.

Resultado de la investigación: Tipos de Contribución a publicaciones especializadasArticulo

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