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case report form

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(1) A printed, optical or electronic document designed to record all of the protocol-required information to be reported to the sponsor for each subject/patient in a clinical trial.
(2) A record of clinical study observations and other information that must be completed for each subject in a clinical trial, per study protocol mandate. CRF can refer to either a CRF page (which contains one or more data items linked together for collection and display) or a casebook (which includes all CRF pages on which a set of clinical study observations and other information can be or have been collected, or the information collected by completion of such CRF pages for a subject/patient in a clinical study).
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Care taken to reduce the bias during the collection and entry of the data to SPSS 16 and rechecking of all the case record forms for completeness by the trained investigators and their team.
Complete clinical history including demographic details, oral habits (frequency, duration and type), presenting complaint, mouth opening, stomatitis, and difficulty in speech and eating was noted from hospital records into specifically designed case record forms. Presence of palpable fibrous bands, loss of elasticity, and limitation in mouth opening were the criteria used to establish the diagnosis.13
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