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n;Clinical Study: Risk factor analysis for
postoperative urinary retention after
surgery for degenerative lumbar spinal
n;Clinical Study: Global tilt and lumbar
lordosis index: two parameters correlating
with health-related quality of life scores —
but how do they truly impact disability?
n;Clinical Study: Spinal intraoperative
three-dimensional navigation: correlation
between clinical and absolute engineering
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