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Critical appraisal of the International Prophylaxis Study Group magnetic resonance image scale for evaluating haemophilic arthropathy

Tolend, Mirkamal ; Majeed, Haris ; Soliman, Magdy ; Daruge, Paulo ; Bordalo-Rodrigues, Marcelo ; Dertkigil, Sergio San Juan ; Gibikote, Sridhar ; Keshava, Shyamkumar N. ; Stimec, Jennifer and Dunn, Amy , et al. (2020) In Haemophilia
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A goal of the International Prophylaxis Study Group (IPSG) is to provide an accurate instrument to measure MRI-based disease severity of haemophilic arthropathy at various time points, so that longitudinal changes in disease severity can be identified to support decisions on treatment management. We review and discuss in this paper the evaluative purpose of the IPSG MRI scale in relation to its development and validation processes so far. We also critically appraise the validity, reliability and responsiveness of using the IPSG MRI scale in different clinical and research settings, and whenever applicable, compare these clinimetric properties of the IPSG MRI scale with those of its precursors, the compatible additive and progressive MRI... (More)

A goal of the International Prophylaxis Study Group (IPSG) is to provide an accurate instrument to measure MRI-based disease severity of haemophilic arthropathy at various time points, so that longitudinal changes in disease severity can be identified to support decisions on treatment management. We review and discuss in this paper the evaluative purpose of the IPSG MRI scale in relation to its development and validation processes so far. We also critically appraise the validity, reliability and responsiveness of using the IPSG MRI scale in different clinical and research settings, and whenever applicable, compare these clinimetric properties of the IPSG MRI scale with those of its precursors, the compatible additive and progressive MRI scales.

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children, hemophilic arthropathy, International Prophylaxis Study Group, joints, magnetic resonance imaging, responsiveness, validity
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10.1111/hae.14032
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  abstract     = {<p>A goal of the International Prophylaxis Study Group (IPSG) is to provide an accurate instrument to measure MRI-based disease severity of haemophilic arthropathy at various time points, so that longitudinal changes in disease severity can be identified to support decisions on treatment management. We review and discuss in this paper the evaluative purpose of the IPSG MRI scale in relation to its development and validation processes so far. We also critically appraise the validity, reliability and responsiveness of using the IPSG MRI scale in different clinical and research settings, and whenever applicable, compare these clinimetric properties of the IPSG MRI scale with those of its precursors, the compatible additive and progressive MRI scales.</p>},
  author       = {Tolend, Mirkamal and Majeed, Haris and Soliman, Magdy and Daruge, Paulo and Bordalo-Rodrigues, Marcelo and Dertkigil, Sergio San Juan and Gibikote, Sridhar and Keshava, Shyamkumar N. and Stimec, Jennifer and Dunn, Amy and Li, Ying Jia and Blanchette, Victor and Lundin, Björn and Doria, Andrea S.},
  issn         = {1351-8216},
  language     = {eng},
  publisher    = {Federation of European Neuroscience Societies and Blackwell Publishing Ltd},
  series       = {Haemophilia},
  title        = {Critical appraisal of the International Prophylaxis Study Group magnetic resonance image scale for evaluating haemophilic arthropathy},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/hae.14032},
  doi          = {10.1111/hae.14032},
  year         = {2020},
}