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Correlation between the Computed Tomography Values of the Screw Path and Pedicle Screw Pull-out Strength: An Experimental Study in Porcine Vertebrae
Atsushi Ikeura, Taketoshi Kushida, Kenichi Oe, Yoshihisa Kotani, Muneharu Ando, Takashi Adachi, Takanori Saito

DOI: https://doi.org/10.31616/asj.2019.0170

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