Top 10 Spine Review articles: May 25-29

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Here are the top 10 most-read articles featured on Becker's Spine Review between May 25 and May 29:

1. New York orthopedic surgeon ends $2M malpractice appeal after settling 2013 case

2. Which physicians have the most claims denied, resubmitted? A specialty breakdown

3. Texas spine surgeon 1st in US to perform lumbar fusion with biocompatible polymer

4. Getting ahead in the 'new normal': Rothman Orthopaedics partnership to bolster virtual services

5. The 'new normal' in spine: 11 surgeon predictions

6. 2 recent orthopedic device company acquisitions

7. The most exciting opportunities in spine today from 11 surgeons

8. Some spine surgeons wouldn't disclose if they had COVID-19, study says

9. How 3 orthopedic groups are handling crisis-related challenges: rent deferral, low overhead & more

10. Stryker proposes $2.3B offering to fund Wright Medical acquisition

More articles on spine:
Positive COVID-19 test halts construction of $250M spine, orthopedic tower at Alabama hospital
SpineOvations' DiscSeal trial shows positive signs for reducing lumbar pain
Dr. Alan Daniels appointed chief of spine surgery at University Orthopedics

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