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Fig. 1 | BMC Health Services Research

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From: How often is the office visit needed? Predicting total knee arthroplasty revision risk using pain/function scores

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AKS Clinical Score over time for patients with revisions (n = 46) and patients without revisions (n = 675). ANOVA showed no difference in the AKS Clinical scores between groups at 0 months (Student-Newman-Keuls P > 0.05). There was no difference in AKS Clinical scores between the latent and acute groups at 3–18 months, but the non-revision group differed significantly from both the latent and acute groups at these time intervals (p = 0.05)

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