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Validation of a German version of the International Hip Outcome Tool (G-iHOT33) according to the COSMIN checklist: how much improvement is clinically relevant?

Baumann, Florian ; Weber, Johannes ; Zeman, Florian ; Müller, Michael ; Lahner, Matthias ; Nerlich, Michael ; Fickert, Stefan


The evaluation of the subjective health-related quality of life is especially for young, active patients with hip joint disorders important. The MAHORN study group has recently developed the "International Hip Outcome Tool" (iHOT33), a self-administered patient-reported outcome tool, which includes questions on the patient's symptoms, functional and sports limitations as well as social, ...


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