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September 15, 2014 - Volume 39 - Issue 20 - Contributor Index

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Lee, Michael J. MD

Medicaid Status Is Associated With Higher Surgical Site Infection Rates After Spine Surgery

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Lehman, Ronald A. Jr MD

Pedicle Screw Reinsertion Using Previous Pilot Hole and Trajectory Does Not Reduce Fixation Strength

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Lemma, Mesfin A. MD

Thoracic Disc Disorders With Myelopathy: Treatment Trends, Patient Characteristics, and Complications

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Lenke, Lawrence G. MD

The Effect of Increasing Pedicle Screw Size on Thoracic Spinal Canal Dimensions: An Anatomic Study

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Li, Weishi MD

Radiological Signs of Scheuermann Disease and Low Back Pain: Retrospective Categorization of 188 Hospital Staff Members With 6-Year Follow-up

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Liu, Ning MD

Radiological Signs of Scheuermann Disease and Low Back Pain: Retrospective Categorization of 188 Hospital Staff Members With 6-Year Follow-up

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Liu, Zhongjun MD

Radiological Signs of Scheuermann Disease and Low Back Pain: Retrospective Categorization of 188 Hospital Staff Members With 6-Year Follow-up

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Lovejoy, Steven A. MD

Safety of Topical Vancomycin for Pediatric Spinal Deformity: Nontoxic Serum Levels With Supratherapeutic Drain Levels

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Lu, Young BA

The Effect of Increasing Pedicle Screw Size on Thoracic Spinal Canal Dimensions: An Anatomic Study

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Lunardini, David MD

Lean Principles to Optimize Instrument Utilization for Spine Surgery in an Academic Medical Center: An Opportunity to Standardize, Cut Costs, and Build a Culture of Improvement

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