Mayo wrist score

Mayo wrist score

A clinician-completed scoring system used to evaluate the level of disability in the wrist, assessing pain, functional status (able to work), range of motion and grip strength.
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Average Mayo Wrist Score was 79%, and radiographic arthritis was universally observed but did not correlate with the functional score.
Patients scored an average of 66 on Mayo Wrist Score, all had radiographic arthritis, their average flexion-extension arc was 57[degrees], and their average grip strength was 73% of the opposite side.
The modified Mayo wrist score according to Krimmer16 was used to assess the results after conversion to total wrist arthrodesis.