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Imaging of the Failed Back Syndrome 2006

General Spine

Phillip M Young, MD, Non ASSR Member
Jeffrey J Peterson, MD, Non ASSR Member
Laura W Bancroft, MD, Non ASSR Member
Thomas H Berquist, MD, FACR, Non ASSR Member

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References

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8. Park JB, Cho YS, Riew KD. Development of adjacent-level ossification in patients with an anterior cervical plate. J Bone Joint Surg 87A:558-563, 2005.
9. Babat LB, McLain RF, Bingaman W, Kalfas I, Young P, Rufo-Smith C . Spinal surgery in patients with Parkinson's disease: construct failure and progressive deformity. Spine. 29(18):2006-12, 2004 Sep 15.

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