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Eric L. Chang, Almon S. Shiu, Ehud Mendel, Leni A. Mathews, Anita Mahajan, Pamela K. Allen, Jeffrey S. Weinberg, Barry W. Brown, Xin Shelly Wang, Shiao Y. Woo, Charles Cleeland, Moshe H. Maor and Laurence D. Rhines

(range 30–54 Gy). However, the previous spinal cord dose did not exceed 45 Gy, a requirement for eligibility for the study. A surgical spine procedure had been performed in 29 patients (46%) before study enrollment. Previous operations included stabilization involving the placement of cortical screws and plates, rods, carbon fiber cages, cement, and bone allograft when necessary ( Table 1 ). Postoperative treatment is defined as SBRT administered with postoperative intent as part of the overall treatment plan in patients within 6 months of surgery. Using this

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Mark B. Dekutoski, Michelle J. Clarke, Peter Rose, Alessandro Luzzati, Laurence D. Rhines, Peter P. Varga, Charles G. Fisher, Dean Chou, Michael G. Fehlings, Jeremy J. Reynolds, Richard Williams, Nasir A. Quraishi, Niccole M. Germscheid, Daniel M. Sciubba, Ziya L. Gokaslan, Stefano Boriani and The AOSpine Knowledge Forum Tumor

)   Posterior/anterior/posterior 4 (7)   Other 9 (16) Pathological results of surgical specimen (n = 54)   Wide or marginal 34 (63)   Intralesional 20 (37) Fixation used (n = 57)   Posterior 37 (65)   Both 8 (14)   None 12 (21) Reconstruction (n = 56)   No 20 (36)   Yes * 36 (64)     Autograft 17 (33)     Allograft 9 (17)     Titanium cage 11 (21)     Carbon fiber cage 12 (23)     Vascular autograft 2 (4)     Cement 1 (2) Enneking appropriateness (n = 55)   EA