Certain spinal surgery done in outpatient centers may not be a good idea

Patients who get spinal surgery known as anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF), at outpatient centers may be more likely to have serious complications or require repeat operations than their counterparts who get these procedures in a hospital. Read article here…

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