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109 Defining the effectiveness of lumbar spine surgery in a nationwide, prospective longitudinal quality of life registry: an analysis of variability in patient-reported outcomes and preliminary predictive models of treatment failure.

Godil SS, McGirt MJ, Glassman SD, Knightly JJ, Mummaneni PV, Oetting G, Theodore N, Gottfried ON, Khairi S, Schmidt MH, Boakye M, Kalkanis SN, Rabin D, Ryken TC, Balturshot GW, Chadduck J, Fassett DR, Reeder RE, Miller CF, Briggs TB, Zhang D, Bambakidis NC, Shaffrey ME, Hadley MN, Karahalios DG, Angevine PD, Martin MD, Ewend MG, Bydon A, Kremer MA, Holly LT, Slotkin J, Kaakaji W, Powers AK, Griffitt WE, Tippett TM, Cozzens JW, Christiano LD, Grahm TW, Guthrie BL, Harrington JF, Shaffrey CI, Elowitz EH, Foley KT, Watridge CB, Asher AL. 109 Defining the effectiveness of lumbar spine surgery in a nationwide, prospective longitudinal quality of life registry: an analysis of variability in patient-reported outcomes and preliminary predictive models of treatment failure. Neurosurgery. 2014 Aug; 61 Suppl 1:194-5.

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