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Infection after spinal fusion for pediatric spinal deformity: thirty years of experience at a single institution.Academic Article Why?
Reoperation after primary fusion for adult spinal deformity: rate, reason, and timing.Academic Article Why?
Surgical strategies and choosing levels for spinal deformity: how high, how low, front and back.Academic Article Why?
The efficacy of preoperative halo-gravity traction in pediatric spinal deformity the effect of traction duration.Academic Article Why?
Clinical results and functional outcomes of primary and revision spinal deformity surgery in adults.Academic Article Why?
Preoperative patient expectations and pain improvement after adult spinal deformity surgery.Academic Article Why?
Lee, Michael JihoonPerson Why?
Establishing Consensus on the Best Practice Guidelines for Use of Halo Gravity Traction for Pediatric Spinal Deformity.Academic Article Why?
The learning curve for performing three-column osteotomies in adult spinal deformity patients: one surgeon's experience with 197 cases.Academic Article Why?
The timing of surgical staging has a significant impact on the complications and functional outcomes of adult spinal deformity surgery.Academic Article Why?
Clinical Results and Functional Outcomes in Adult Patients After Revision Surgery for Spinal Deformity Correction: Patients Younger than 65 Years Versus 65 Years and Older.Academic Article Why?
Comparison of rod fracture rates in long spinal deformity constructs after transforaminal versus anterior lumbar interbody fusions: a single-institution analysis.Academic Article Why?
Consensus-Based Best Practice Guidelines (BPG) for Use of Preoperative Halo Gravity Traction (HGT) for Pediatric Spinal Deformity.Academic Article Why?
Rod fractures and nonunions after long fusion to the sacrum for primary presentation adult spinal deformity: a comparison with and without interbody fusion in the distal lumbar spine.Academic Article Why?
Three-column osteotomies in the treatment of spinal deformity in adult patients 60 years old and older: outcome and complications.Academic Article Why?
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