Knee Society Score (KSS) for Total Knee Replacement
What it measures:
The KSS contains questions in 2 sections: knee joint (pain, range of motion, stability) and function (walking distance, ability to climb stairs). When calculating the score, deductions are taken for assistive devices and flexion contractures, misalignment, or extension lag.
People with total knee replacement
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