activity grading

ac·tiv·i·ty grad·ing

(ak-tiv'i-tē grād'ing)
Incrementally changing the process, tools, materials, or environment of a given activity to increase or decrease performance demands gradually, and ultimately to ensure best performance.
Synonym(s): sport-specific training.
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Tegner activity grading scale (from 0 to 10)--a system for evaluating the degree of impairment, disability, and handicap of the patient with an ACL injury including functional score, activity grading, stability testing, and measurements of performance and strength, where 0 indicates retirement, while 10 allows professional sport activities [16].
The diagnostic value of FT for fibrosis staging and of AT for activity grading was similar to those reported previously (8,10-18) with areas under the ROC curves of 0.
This occurred in 63 patients (12%) for fibrosis staging only, in 67 patients (12%) for activity grading only, and in 24 patients (4.
The most frequent biopsy errors were false negatives for activity grading (10.
Compared with patients who did not have false-negative activity grading based on biopsy (n = 483), patients who did have false-negative activity grading based on biopsy (n = 54) had a smaller biopsy size [13.
This occurred in 78 patients (14%) for fibrosis staging only, in 91 patients (17%) for activity grading only, and in 24 patients (7.