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2014 - Volume - Supplement 1
pp: 1-274

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PROXIMAL JUNCTIONAL FAILURE IN ADULT DEFORMITY PATIENTS RESULTS IN HIGHER RATE OF REVISION BUT LIMITED IMPACT ON CLINICAL OUTCOME: O17.

Hart, Robert A.; Hiratzka, Jayme R.; Hamilton, Kojo D.; More

Spine Journal Meeting Abstracts. :12-13, 2014.

PROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF RISK FACTORS FOR PROXIMAL JUNCTIONAL FAILURE IN ADULT DEFORMITY PATIENTS: O51.

Hart, Robert A.; Hamilton, Kojo D.; Hiratzka, Jayme R.; More

Spine Journal Meeting Abstracts. :35-36, 2014.


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A PROSPECTIVE COMPARATIVE STUDY OF TWO DIFFERENT MINIMALLY-INVASIVE PROCEDURES FOR LUMBAR SPINAL CANAL STENOSIS - UNILATERAL LAMINOTOMY FOR BILATERAL DECOMPRESSION (ULBD) VERSUS MUSCLE-PRESERVING INTERLAMINAR DECOMPRESSION (MILD): SP03.

Arai, Yoshiyasu; Hirai, Takashi; Yoshii, Toshitaka; More

Spine Journal Meeting Abstracts. :59-60, 2014.

STIFFNESS AFTER FUSION FOR ADULT SPINAL DEFORMITY DOES NOT SIGNIFICANTLY IMPACT PATIENTS' FUNCTIONAL STATUS OR SATISFACTION: SP19.

Hiratzka, Jayme R.; Hamilton, Kojo D.; Bess, Shay; More

Spine Journal Meeting Abstracts. :70-71, 2014.

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