|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|moja nowa era||1.15||0.3||1458||99|
|njoag use of force||0.5||0.7||7138||5|
|njoa yn cegn cn||1.06||0.8||8190||94|
The mJOA is an investigator-administered tool used to evaluate functional status in patients with CSM. Although it is one of the most frequently used outcome measures in existing CSM studies, its psychometric properties have never been determined.Is the mjoa reliable?
Despite its widespread use, this instrument has never been subjected to rigorous evaluation of reliability, responsiveness, and validity. The mJOA is an investigator-administered tool used to evaluate functional status in patients with CSM.What are the mjoa questions?
Questions focus on everyday examples of how your myelopathy may be affecting you such as how well you can button your shirt, eat with a spoon, walk, feel using your hands and control your bladder. The mJOA is used in the international guidelines for management of DCM.What does a mjoa score of 15-17 mean?
A score of 15-17 represents mild, 12-14 moderate and 0-11 severe myelopathy. The mJOA comprises four parts: movement in the arms, movement in the legs, feeling in the arms and bladder control, as shown below.