The INCAT score is a 10-point scale that covers the functionality of legs and arms, and has been successfully used to measure treatment effects in various CIDP studies. Scores for arm disability range from 0 ("No upper limb problems")...What is the purpose of the Incat disability score?
Background: The INCAT (Inflammatory Neuropathy Cause and Treatment) disability score is a measure of activity limitation. It is used frequently as a primary endpoint in inflammatory polyneuropathy clinical trials. A comprehensive critical analysis of its measurement properties has not been performed.What is the Incat score for inflammatory neuropathy?
The Inflammatory Neuropathy Cause And Treatment (INCAT) disability score was developed in 2001 and used for the first time in a clinical study comparing the efficacy and safety of intravenous immunoglobulin with oral prednisone in patients with CIDP 11.What kind of tools are used to diagnose CIDP?
A number of tools are available to assess disease severity and progression in patients with peripheral neuropathies such as chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP) 1-4