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Letter to the Editor concerning “Is the 4 mm height of the vertebral artery groove really a limitation of C1 pedicle screw insertion?” (by Da-Geng Huang, Si-Min He, Jun-Wei Pan, et al. Eur Spine J, 2014, 23(5):1109–1114)

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Padulo, J., Ardigò, L.P. Letter to the Editor concerning “Is the 4 mm height of the vertebral artery groove really a limitation of C1 pedicle screw insertion?” (by Da-Geng Huang, Si-Min He, Jun-Wei Pan, et al. Eur Spine J, 2014, 23(5):1109–1114). Eur Spine J 23, 2009–2010 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00586-014-3433-5

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