More Complex Spine Fusions Spell More Complications, Costs - JAMA Study
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Executive SummaryThe proportion of complex, device-intensive spine surgeries has increased in recent years compared to simpler procedures, resulting in more complications and higher costs but not necessarily more benefit, researchers conclude in the April 7 Journal of the American Medical Association
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