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Reviewer’s comment on “Sagittal balance of 85 patients with a lumbar degenerative disease: a comparative study” (by Cédric Y. Barrey et al.), (ESJ-05-0488.R2)

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Lund, T. Reviewer’s comment on “Sagittal balance of 85 patients with a lumbar degenerative disease: a comparative study” (by Cédric Y. Barrey et al.), (ESJ-05-0488.R2). Eur Spine J 16, 1469–1470 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00586-007-0324-z

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Keywords

  • Degenerative Process
  • Prospective Longitudinal Study
  • Sagittal Balance
  • Adjacent Segment Degeneration
  • Historic Control Group