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Term Description

The Harris Hip Score (HHS) evaluates the outcome of hip surgery, by assessing pain, function, deformity and range of motion. HHS is scored on a 100 point scale with higher scores representing better outcomes. [PMID: 22588745]
Source: Regenstrief LOINC

Reference Information

Type Source Reference
Citation Charite - Universitatsmedizin Berlin The Harris Hip Score, as defined in Harris, William. (1969) "Traumatic Arthritis of the Hip after Dislocation and Acetabular Fractures: Treatment by Mold Arthroplasty," Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery 51(4). Pg. 737-755.

Panel Hierarchy

Details for each LOINC in Panel LHC-Forms

LOINC Name R/O/C Cardinality Example UCUM Units
100283-1 Harris Hip Score panel [Harris Hip Score]
Indent45716-8 Pain
Indent99584-5 Limp
Indent100180-9 Support
Indent100284-9 Distance Walked
Indent100285-6 Sitting
Indent100286-4 Enter public transportation
Indent96758-8 Stairs
Indent100287-2 Put on Shoes and Socks
Indent100289-8 Absence of Deformity
Indent100288-0 Absence of Deformity Score {score}
Indent100340-9 Range of motion panel Hip
IndentIndent41374-0 Hip Flexion Passive Range of Motion Quantitative deg
IndentIndent100293-0 Flexion
IndentIndent41366-6 Hip Abduction Passive Range of Motion Quantitative deg
IndentIndent100294-8 Abduction
IndentIndent41368-2 Hip Adduction Passive Range of Motion Quantitative deg
IndentIndent100295-5 Adduction
IndentIndent41372-4 Hip External rotation Passive Range of Motion Quantitative deg
IndentIndent100296-3 External Rotation
IndentIndent41376-5 Hip Internal rotation Passive Range of Motion Quantitative deg
IndentIndent100297-1 Internal Rotation
IndentIndent100290-6 Range of Motion Score {score}
Indent100291-4 Total score [Harris Hip Score] {score}

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Harris Hip Score panel
Harris Hip Score

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