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Influence of Lumbar Lordosis on Posterior Rod Strain in Long-Segment Construct During Biomechanical Loading: A Cadaveric Study
Bernardo de Andrada Pereira, Anna G.U. Sawa, Jakub Godzik, Jennifer N. Lehrman, Juan S. Uribe, Jay D. Turner, Brian P. Kelly
Neurospine. 2021;18(3):635-643.   Published online September 30, 2021

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Influence of Lumbar Lordosis on Posterior Rod Strain in Long-Segment Construct During Biomechanical Loading: A Cadaveric Study
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