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2017 CSS Abstract Publication – Canadian Journal of Surgery

The following abstracts were presented at the 2017 Annual Scientific Conference of the Canadian Spine Society.
Feb. 22 – 25, 2017, Le Westin, Montreal, Quebec

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ABSTRACT SUBMISSION:
Abstracts accepted October 1-31, 2017

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Referral Criteria for Non-emergent Spinal Symptoms in the Neck and Low Back:
A Survey of Canadian Spine Surgeons

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