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The secondary purpose was to perform a confirmatory factor analysis CFA of ankle functional ability to provide evidence of reliability and validity of commonly used orthopaedic outcome scores. Our hypothesis was that normative values will differ based on patient characteristics and demographics, and that the selected commonly used foot and ankle outcomes scores will demonstrate acceptable reliability and validity estimates.
Age, sex and BMI were documented. Comparisons of outcome scores were made between cohorts. CFA was performed to test factor structure of ankle functional ability. Younger people and those with lower BMI had ificantly higher ankle function. Reliability was excellent, and the CFA had excellent model fit demonstrating evidence of validity. Individuals who did not have ankle surgery were younger, and had lower BMI and higher functional levels.
Reliability was excellent, and the CFA model demonstrated excellent fit, providing evidence for validity, and lending support to use aggregated outcome measures as one scale. This study is unique in that it provides surgeons with normative ankle values in commonly reported outcome Clanton sex women including the FAAM, FADI SF and Tegner activity scale, in the normal population, based on BMI, age, gender and ankle surgery status. This information can be a very useful tool in the clinical setting for patient expectations counseling. In addition, surgeons and clinicians can feel confident using these outcome scores to assess their patients' progress through the continuum of care.
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