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Psoriatic arthritis screening: a systematic literature review and experts' recommendations

systematic review

Diagnostic accuracy of clinical tests for subscapularis tears: a systematic review and meta-analysis

systematic review

Application of the Ipswich Touch Test for diabetic peripheral neuropathy screening: a systematic review and meta-analysis

systematic review

Diagnostic tools to evaluate ankle instability caused by a deltoid ligament rupture in patients with supination-external rotation ankle fractures: a systematic review and meta-analysis

systematic review

Diagnostic accuracy of ultrasonography for rotator cuff tears: a systematic review and meta-analysis

systematic review

Diagnostic accuracy of point-of-care tests in acute community-acquired lower respiratory tract infections. A systematic review and meta-analysis

systematic review

Chronic exertional compartment syndrome in the differential diagnosis of peripheral artery disease in older patients with exercise-induced lower limb pain

primary study

A Modified Anterior Drawer Test for anterior cruciate ligament ruptures

primary study

Comparison of clinical tests for peripheral diabetic neuropathy in a type 1 diabetes cohort

primary study

Ultrasonographic measurement of the median nerve transverse diameter at the wrist for diagnosing carpal tunnel syndrome

primary study

The accuracy of a screening system for carpal tunnel syndrome using hand drawing

primary study

De 'Amsterdam wrist rules'-app: hulpmiddel bij de triage van patienten met een polstrauma (The Amsterdam Wrist Rules app: an aid for the triage of patients with wrist trauma) [Dutch]

primary study