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Comparison of Short-term Outcomes After Lumbar Fusion Between an Orthopedic Specialty Hospital and Tertiary Referral Center.

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Summary of "Comparison of Short-term Outcomes After Lumbar Fusion Between an Orthopedic Specialty Hospital and Tertiary Referral Center."

A retrospective review of all elective single-level lumbar fusions performed at a single orthopedic specialty hospital (OSH) and tertiary referral center (TRC).

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Name: Spine
ISSN: 1528-1159
Pages: 652-658

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