To the Editor: As surgical knowledge and experience grow, so does the need for minimally invasive procedures that replace conventional methods.
- Kim D.H.
- Choi G.
- Lee S.H.
- Fessler R.G.
Endoscopic Spine Surgery.
2nd ed. Thieme Revinter Brazil, 2019
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Published online: March 02, 2023
Accepted: December 28, 2022
Received in revised form: December 14, 2022
Received: August 31, 2022
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Conflict of Interest: The authors reported no conflict of interest.
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