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Flexibility of thoracic kyphosis affects postoperative sagittal alignment in adult patients with spinal deformity

Overview of attention for article published in European Spine Journal, December 2019
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Flexibility of thoracic kyphosis affects postoperative sagittal alignment in adult patients with spinal deformity
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European Spine Journal, December 2019
DOI 10.1007/s00586-019-06245-1
Authors

Sebastian Decker, Michael Mayer, Axel Hempfing, Lukas Ernstbrunner, Wolfgang Hitzl, Christian Krettek, Heiko Koller

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#11,169,831
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#1,986
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#187,302
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#28
of 63 outputs
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