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Bone-anchored annular closure following lumbar discectomy reduces risk of complications and reoperations within 90 days of discharge [Corrigendum]

Authors Klassen PD, Bernstein DT, Köhler HP, Arts MP, Weiner BK, Miller LE, Thomé C

Received 12 November 2017

Accepted for publication 12 November 2017

Published 6 December 2017 Volume 2017:10 Pages 2739—2740

DOI https://doi.org/10.2147/JPR.S156812

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Klassen PD, Bernstein DT, Köhler HP, et al. Bone-anchored annular closure following lumbar discectomy reduces risk of complications and reoperations within 90 days of discharge. Journal of Pain Research. 2017;10:2047–2055.

The authors advise that the word “Hypesthesia” in Table 2 on page 2051 should read “Nerve root injury resulting in hypesthesia”

Aside from this clarification, all data in the original paper remain correct as reported.

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Bone-anchored annular closure following lumbar discectomy reduces risk of complications and reoperations within 90 days of discharge [Corrigendum]

Klassen PD, Bernstein DT, Köhler HP, et al. Bone-anchored annular closure following lumbar discectomy reduces risk of complications and reoperations within 90 days of discharge. Journal of Pain Research. 2017;10:2047–2055.

The authors advise that the word “Hypesthesia” in Table 2 on page 2051 should read “Nerve root injury resulting in hypesthesia”

Table 2 Listing of device- or procedure-related serious adverse events through 90 days following hospital discharge

Notes: *13 events in 12 patients, **29 events in 26 patients.

Abbreviation: SAE, serious adverse event.

Table 2 has been edited accordingly and is provided below. Aside from this clarification, all data in the original paper remain correct as reported.

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