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Ankle injury data collections: datasets and supplementary materials relating to the diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of ankle injury

The University of Sydney
Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Research Group (Managed by) The University of Sydney (Associated with)
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Faculty of Health Sciences<br />Cumberland Campus C42<br />The University of Sydney<br />PO Box 170<br />Lidcombe NSW 1825<br />AUSTRALIA



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The ankle injury data collection is a group of datasets relating to clinical studies of foot and ankle pain, instability and injury.  The datasets are the outputs of clinical studies conducted within the School of Health Sciences at the University of Sydney from 1998 onward. The studies investigate the pathology, development, management and treatment of foot and ankle injuries and impairments (e.g. pes cavus). Key topics include the pathology of ankle and foot impairment and injury, the efficacy of known treatments and the development of new treatments for the ongoing management of foot and ankle injuries and impairments.

The ankle injury data collection includes clinical data from physiological studies, qualitative interviews, survey datasets and randomised controlled trial data. Processed data formats include spreadsheet formats (excel, .csv), SPSS files, text, video (with text transcripts) and audio.  Wherever possible, the datasets have been de-identified to enable sharing and re-use.

 

Data time period: 1998

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