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What are the significant factors associated with adjacent segment disease in short-segment lumbar spinal fusion? A retrospective cohort analysis of cases with at least 2 years of follow-up at a single center, 2005–2015
Hong Yoon, Jung-Ho Kim, Novan Krisno Adji, Seung-Hwan Yoon, James-Ki Shinn, Dal-Sung Ryu
J Korean Soc Geriatr Neurosurg. 2021;17(2):51-57.   Published online October 15, 2021
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Geriatr Neurosurg

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