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|The Influence of Preoperative Narcotic Consumption on Patient-Reported Outcomes of Lumbar Decompression|
|Conor P. Lynch, Elliot D. K. Cha, Shruthi Mohan, Cara E. Geoghegan, Caroline N. Jadczak, Kern Singh|
Asian Spine J. 2022;16(2):195-203. Published online June 17, 2021
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