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Normal X-ray Views of Lumbar Spine AP viewLateral viewL5-S1 Spot View
L-1 anterior compression Fx Normal
Compression fx Mild T12 FxL1 Fx
Anterior compression fx L4 superior anterior FxNormal With osteophytes
Spondylolisthesis L5-S1 spondylolisthesis Normal Disc space narowing
L1, L2 compression fx With spondylolisthesis L3 compression burst fx
L3-4 Disc Narrowing Normal
L5-S1 spondylolisthesis T12, L1 compression fx
Normal X-ray Views of Thoracic Spine AP Lateral
NormalT3 compression FxMetal plate
Normal T10 compression fx with kyphoplasty New T11 fx, marked DJD, Implanted stimulator
T10 compression fx and stimulator implant Normal
New T10, Old T11 Compression fx with spurring T11-T12 T11, T12, L1 compression fx
T11 compresssion fx Marked osteoporosis with multiple compression fxs
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