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Explanation: The Intravertebral Vacuum Cleft Sign | Radiology
by DJ Theodorou - 2001 - Cited by 99 - Related articles
The intravertebral vacuum cleft sign appears on radiographs as a transverse, linear or semilunar radiolucent shadow that is located centrally within or adjacent to the endplate of a collapsed vertebral body (Figure, part a). Although the sign is usually more conspicuously seen on frontal radiographs of the spine (1), additional ...
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