Prognostic models for identifying risk of poor outcome in people with acute ankle sprains: the SPRAINED development and external validation study.
Ankle sprains are very common injuries. Although recovery can occur within weeks, around a third of patients have longer-term problems.
To develop and externally validate a prognostic model for identifying people at increased risk of poor outcome after an acute ankle sprain.
Development of a prognostic model in a clinical trial cohort dataset and external validation in a prospective cohort study.
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