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The authors would like to make a correction to the Disclosure statement. The corrected statement is as follows:
David Polly is an investigator in clinical research studies sponsored by SI-BONE but has no financial interest in the company. Daniel Cher is an SI-BONE employee. SI-BONE sponsored the clinical trial from which data were used in the reported model. SI-BONE manufactures the implant used in the SIJF surgery studied. The authors report no other conflicts of interest in this work.
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