The Oxford Knee Score is a scoring system of activities of daily living. 0=poor, 48=good.

Synonyms: 
OKS
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Common Scoring Systems

Knee surgeons commonly use 'scoring systems' to monitor their patients before and after knee surgery.

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CLINICAL PUBLICATIONS

Improved knee biomechanics among patients reporting a good outcome in knee-related quality of life one year after total knee arthroplasty. Naili JE, Wretenberg P, Lindgren V, Iversen MD, Hedström M and Eva W. Broström EW. BMC Musculoskelet Disord. 2017; 18: 122.


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