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|Do Patient Expectations Represent a More Important Clinical Difference? A Study of Surgical Outcomes in the Cervical Spine|
|Conor P Lynch, Elliot DK Cha, Kevin C Jacob, Madhav R Patel, Cara E Geoghegan, Nisheka N Vanjani, Hanna Pawlowski, Michael C Prabhu, Kern Singh|
J Minim Invasive Spine Surg Tech. 2022;7(1):125-131. Published online 2022 April 28
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