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Published in Neurology

Journal Scan / Research · June 20, 2021

Diabetes Is Associated With Greater Leg Pain and Worse Patient-Reported Outcomes 1 Year After Lumbar Spine Surgery

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Scientific reports
Diabetes Is Associated With Greater Leg Pain and Worse Patient-Reported Outcomes at 1 Year After Lumbar Spine Surgery
Sci Rep 2021 Apr 14;[EPub Ahead of Print], K Nagata, H Nakamoto, M Sumitani, S Kato, Y Yoshida, N Kawamura, K Tozawa, Y Takeshita, H Nakarai, A Higashikawa, M Iizuka, T Ono, M Fukushima, K Sasaki, R Okazaki, Y Ito, N Hara, T Doi, Y Taniguchi, Y Matsubayashi, S Tanaka, Y Oshima

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