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|The Surgical Overcorrection of Lenke Type 1 Deformities with Selective Fusion Segments: What Happens to the Coronal Balance?|
|Yunus Atici, Sinan Erdogan, Yunus Emre Akman, Murat Mert, Engin Carkci, Tolga Tuzuner|
Neurospine. 2016;13(3):151-156. Published online September 30, 2016
The Surgical Overcorrection of Lenke Type 1 Deformities with Selective Fusion Segments: What Happens to the Coronal Balance?
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