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Recovery Potential of Spinal Meningioma Patients With Preoperative Loss of Walking Ability Following Surgery – A Retrospective Single-Center Study
Ville Vasankari, Roel Haeren, Mika Niemelä, Miikka Korja
Neurospine. 2022;19(1):77-83.   Published online January 17, 2022
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Frailty Status Is a More Robust Predictor Than Age of Spinal Tumor Surgery Outcomes: A NSQIP Analysis of 4,662 Patients
Syed Faraz Kazim, Alis J. Dicpinigaitis, Christian A. Bowers, Smit Shah, William T. Couldwell, Rachel Thommen, Daniel J. Alvarez-Crespo, Matthew Conlon, Omar H. Tarawneh, John Vellek, Kyrill L. Cole, Jose F. Dominguez, Rohini N. Mckee, Christian B. Ricks, Peter C. Shin, Chad D. Cole, Meic H. Schmidt
Neurospine. 2022;19(1):53-62.   Published online February 2, 2022
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