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Author disclosures: CD: Nothing to disclose. JU: Nothing to disclose. CSB: Nothing to disclose. TA: Speaking and/or Teaching Arrangements: Stryker (B), Depuy (A). RC-M: Grants: NASS Translational award (F), AOSpine Discovery and Innovation Award (F), Canadian Orthopaedic Foundation (C), AOSpine North America (B). ND: Nothing to disclose. MD: Consulting: Medtronic (Unknown number of options, <1% ownership), Trips/Travel: Medtronic/ AO Spine (costs of travel). AG: Nothing to disclose. BKK: Nothing to disclose. SP: Fellowship Support: AO SPine (Money paid to institution). RR: Royalties: Medtronic (E). JTS: Nothing to disclose. CH: Nothing to disclose. MSM: Nothing to disclose. CGF: Royalties: Medtronic(Unknown number of options, <1% ownership); Consulting: Medtronic, Nuvasive (Unknown number of options, <1% ownership); Grants: OREF(Unknown number of options, <1% ownership); Fellowship Support: AO Spine, Medtronic, Depuy Synthes (Unknown number of options, <1% ownership).
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