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Cross-cultural adaptation, validity, and reliability of the Turkish version of the Patient-Rated Elbow Evaluation

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Cross-cultural adaptation, validity, and reliability of the Turkish version of the Patient-Rated Elbow Evaluation
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Clinical Rheumatology, July 2019
DOI 10.1007/s10067-019-04665-4
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Zeynep Hazar Kanik, Omer Osman Pala, Gul Oznur Karabicak, Seyit Citaker

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