The reliability and validity of an Arabic version of the modified Japanese Orthopedic Association score for cervical myelopathy

Hany El Zahlawy, Shereen Fawaz, Heba Saber & Mohamed Elgebeily
Purpose: The modified Japanese Orthopedic Association score (mJOA) is considered as one of the most comprehensive scores in assessment of patients with cervical myelopathy. Hence, comes the need for providing a validated, translated and cross-culturally adapted versions in different languages in order to standardize patient’s evaluation. This study aims to translate and validate an Arabic version of the mJOA. Methods: 65 patients of variable age and etiologies for compressive cervical myelopathy were recruited. Forward and...
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