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Loss to Follow-Up

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Loss to Follow-Up

Joseph R Dettori. Evid Based Spine Care J.

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Fig 1
Hypothetical example of patients lost to follow-up in a randomized controlled trial.
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Fig 2
Hypothetical example of the effect of loss to follow-up considering a worst-case scenario. ADR indicates artificial disc replacement; ASD, adjacent segment disease.

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