Comparison of the costs of nonoperative care to minimally invasive surgery for sacroiliac joint disruption and degenerative sacroiliitis in a United States commercial payer population: Potential economic implications of a new minimally invasive technology

Stacey J. Ackerman, David W. Polly, Tyler Knight, Karen Schneider, Tim Holt, John Cummings

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