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**We thank J. Jitusuiki, MD, A. Harada, MD, H. Muneshige, MD, J. Hayashi, MD, M. Ochi, MD, E. Hatano, MD, and T. Murakami, MD, the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Hiroshima University School of Medicine, for their help and cooperation. We thank S. Kanaujia. and Kazue Kikuike for their constant help and encouragement.