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Longitudinal Reliability of the OMERACT Thumb Base Osteoarthritis Magnetic Resonance Imaging Scoring System (TOMS)

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  • Féline P B Kroon
  • Sjoerd van Beest
  • Frédérique Gandjbakhch
  • Charles G Peterfy
  • Su Chen
  • Philip G Conaghan
  • Iris Eshed
  • Violaine Foltz
  • Harry K Genant
  • Ida K Haugen
  • Jeroen K Medema
  • Mikkel Østergaard
  • Lanju Zhang
  • Marc C Levesque
  • Margreet Kloppenburg
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OBJECTIVE: To assess the longitudinal reliability of the Outcome Measures in Rheumatology (OMERACT) Thumb base Osteoarthritis Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) Scoring system (TOMS).

METHODS: Paired MRI of patients with hand osteoarthritis were scored in 2 exercises (6-mo and 2-yr followup) for synovitis, subchondral bone defects (SBD), osteophytes, cartilage assessment, bone marrow lesions (BML), and subluxation. Interreader reliability of delta scores was assessed.

RESULTS: Little change occurred. Average-measure intraclass correlation coefficients were good-excellent (≥ 0.71), except synovitis (0.55-0.83) and carpometacarpal-1 osteophytes/cartilage assessment (0.47/0.39). Percentage exact/close agreement was 52-92%/68-100%, except BML in 2 years (28%/64-76%). Smallest detectable change was below the scoring increment, except in SBD and BML.

CONCLUSION: TOMS longitudinal reliability was moderate-good. Limited change hampered assessment.

TidsskriftJournal of Rheumatology
StatusE-pub ahead of print - 2019

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