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Jian Guan, Michael Karsy, Andrea A. Brock, William T. Couldwell, John R. W. Kestle, Randy L. Jensen, Andrew T. Dailey, Erica F. Bisson and Richard H. Schmidt

length of stay in patients undergoing craniotomy for tumor, which may partially explain this association. 2 The finding that laboratory costs for our cohort were significantly higher after the policy change was also unexpected, although we believe that this is more likely related to the introduction of new technologies to our hospital system (e.g., rotational thromboelastometry). 8 Case mix prior to the policy change and after the policy change was not significantly different in our cohort, as previously reported. 9 The total number of cases performed before the