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Therapeutic impact of percutaneous spinal biopsy in spinal infection
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    Where is Analysis?

    Dear Editor

    Rankine & collegues have analysed the data in their article in a very primitive manner.[1] In any research, statistical methods decide the relevance of various observed data. When these data are presented raw, it will only lead to confusion.

    In their study the relevance of many data, for example WBC count, C-Reactive Protien, Positve Microbiology and therapeutic impact, could have been...

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