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Letter to the Editor for state of the art: proximal junctional kyphosis; diagnosis, management and prevention

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Zeeshan M. Sardar: consultant fees from Medtronic Inc. No fees related to submitted work. Yongjung Kim: nothing to disclose. No fees related to submitted work. Virginie Lafage: Consultant fees from Globus Medical. Royalties from Nuvasive. Lecture fees from Depuy Synthes Spine. Lecture fees from The Permanente Medical Group. Lecture fees from Implanet. No fees related to submitted work. Frank Rand: nothing to disclose. No fees related to submitted work. Lawrence Lenke: personal fees from Medtronic, and Acuity Surgical, non-financial support from Broadwater, grants and non-financial support from Scoliosis Research Society, grants and non-financial support from EOS/A-tech, grants from Setting Scoliosis Straight Foundation (SSF), grants and non-financial support from International Spine Study group (ISSG), other from Evans Family Donation, other from Fox Family Foundation, grants and non-financial support from AOSpine, outside the submitted work; No fees related to submitted work. Eric Klineberg: personal fees from Depuy Synthes. Personal fees from Stryker. Personal fees from Medtronic. Grants and personal fees from AOSpine. Board member AO Spine. No fees related to submitted work.

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Sardar, Z.M., Kim, Y., Lafage, V. et al. Letter to the Editor for state of the art: proximal junctional kyphosis; diagnosis, management and prevention. Spine Deform 10, 971–972 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s43390-022-00513-9

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