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Author disclosures: MM: Grant: The General Insurance Association of Japan (B) , The Japan Labour Health and Welfare Organization (B) , The Japan Orthopedics and Traumatology Foundation (B) . TU: Nothing to disclose. KS: Nothing to disclose. YI: Nothing to disclose.
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This study was funded by The General Insurance Association of Japan, The Japan Labour Health and Welfare Organization, and The Japan Orthopedics and Traumatology Foundation (grant no. 237) (each amount was 1 million JPY, equal to 8,300 USD). These three organizations are nonprofit institutions, and there were no interest-associated biases in this study by these fundings. No conflicts of interest were reported.