Erratum. Impact of predominant symptom location among patients undergoing cervical spine surgery on 12-month outcomes: an analysis from the Quality Outcomes Database

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TO THE READERSHIP: Several errors appeared in the article by Devin et al. (Devin CJ, Asher AL, Alvi MA, et al. Impact of predominant symptom location among patients undergoing cervical spine surgery on 12-month outcomes: an analysis from the Quality Outcomes Database. J Neurosurg Spine. 2021;35[4]:399-409).

In two sentences on page 404 in the article, the term “multivariable linear regression” incorrectly appears. The correct term is “multivariable logistic regression”; the corrected sentences appear below.

On multivariable logistic regression, predominant pain location was not associated with a significant difference in the odds of return to work at 12 months.

On multivariable logistic regression, patients with predominant arm pain, predominant neck pain, and equal neck and arm pain did not differ significantly with regard to the odds of achieving MCID in both models.

In the legend of Fig. 3, the incorrect term “multivariable logistic regression” appears. The correct term is “multivariable linear regression.” The figure and its corrected legend appear on the following page.

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Multivariable linear regression for the 12-month NDI. Figure is available in color online only.

The article has been corrected online as of December 10, 2021.

Illustration from Lee et al. (pp 822–829). Copyright Sun Joo Kim. Published with permission.

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    Multivariable linear regression for the 12-month NDI. Figure is available in color online only.

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