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J Surg Orthop Adv. Fall 2018;27(3):209-218.
Multilevel Lumbar Fusion Is a Risk Factor for Lower Return to Work Rates Among Workers’ Compensation Subjects With Degenerative Disc Disease.
Anderson JT1, Tye EY2, Haas AR3, Percy R3, Woods ST3, Ahn UM4, Ahn NU5.
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