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Takashi Fujishiro, Sachio Hayama, Takuya Obo, Yoshiharu Nakaya, Atsushi Nakano, Yoshitada Usami, Satoshi Nozawa, Ichiro Baba, and Masashi Neo

eROM for the total ROM can result in a higher risk of kyphotic change after CLP. In reality, however, fROM and eROM do not necessarily have a complementary relationship because the total cervical ROM varies individually. The indicator, which can relatively represent fROM and eROM by itself, may be even more effective in predicting CL loss after surgery than fROM or eROM alone. On the basis of these two studies, 19 , 20 we developed a novel indicator—the gap between fROM and eROM (gROM), which independently represents a greater fROM and/or smaller eROM—and we