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FDA device/drug status: Approved (Renaissance).
Author disclosures: H-JK: Grant: Mazor Robotics (In kind, Paid to the institution), Medtronic (C, Paid to the institution), pertaining to submitted manuscript. K-TK: Grant: Mazor Robotics (In kind, Paid to the institution), Medtronic (C, Paid to the institution), pertaining to submitted manuscript. S-CP: Grant: Mazor Robotics (In kind, Paid to the institution), Medtronic (C, Paid to the institution), pertaining to submitted manuscript. O-HK: Nothing to disclose. JS: Nothing to disclose. B-SC: Nothing to disclose. C-KL: Nothing to disclose. JSY: Grant: Mazor Robotics (In kind, Paid to the institution), Medtronic (C, Paid to the institution), pertaining to submitted manuscript. LGL: Nothing to disclose.
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Ho-Joong Kim and Kyoung-Tak Kang equally contributed to this work.
This study was partially supported in kind by Mazor Robotics and Medtronic Inc, which provided the robot system.