Composite measures of physical activity and pain associate better with functional assessments than pain alone in knee osteoarthritis View Full Text


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2019-03-30

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Kelli D. Allen, Grace Lo, Lauren M. Abbate, Theresa A. Floegel, Jennifer H. Lindquist, Cynthia Coffman, Eugene Z. Oddone, Shannon Stark Taylor, Katherine Hall

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