The four were convicted for their roles in recruiting more than 250 healthy patients to undergo sometimes dangerous surgeries to fraudulently bill insurance companies.
The four were among 19 defendants charged in the case, which has been divided into several trials because of its size.
A total of 13 have been indicted by a grand jury and six others pleaded guilty prior to indictment.
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