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Clinimetric evaluation of shoulder disability questionnaires: a systematic review of the literature
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    Dear Editor,

    I am currently enrolled as a Physical Therapy doctorate student. I have an ongoing project that involves the MCID of Shoulder questionnaires. I found your study to be the best information yet in determining such data. I tried to ascertain the two tables W1 and w3 (interpretative data) so as to disect the MCID for the SPADI and DASH outcome tools. The Journal supplemental's web site did not allow that...

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