Validation of the CMTPedS
What is it about?
The CMTPedS is a well-tolerated psychometrically robust 11-item clinical outcome measure assessing fine and gross motor function, strength, sensation and balance in children and adolescents aged 3-20 years. The CMTPedS has been subjected to classical test theory (item, reliability and factor analysis) and item response theory (Rasch modelling) to ensure it can reliably capture changes in disability over time.
Why is it important?
The CMTPedS is the only disease-specific scoring system available for children with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease.
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