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Surgeon Specialty Effect on Early Outcomes of Elective Posterior/Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusions: An Updated Propensity-Matched and Subgroup Analysis of 13,072 Patients
Comparative effectiveness research has a vital role in recent health reform and policies. Specialty training is one of these provider-side variables and surgeons who were trained in different specialties may have different outcomes upon performing the same procedure. The objective of this retrospective 1:1 propensity score-matched cohort study was to investigate the impact of spine surgeon specialty (neurosurgery vs orthopedic surgery) on early perioperative outcome measures of electivedoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-310256/v1 fatcat:lqbzckq2ojdufp44ml2eghgw5m