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Figure 1: Images obtained from a 71.7-year-old woman whose bone mineral density was found to be normal on dual X-ray absorptiometry. (a) The T-scores for lumbar posteroanterior dual X-ray absorptiometry, the femoral neck, and the total hip were −0.1, −0.8, and −0.7, respectively. The trabecular bone mineral density of L2–L4 was 36.1 mg/cm3, and the diagnosis via lumbar quantitative computed tomography was osteoporosis. Sagittal lumbar spine images show two adjacent vertebral fractures with wedging, deformation of the end plates, and degenerative disc disease: (b) T1 weighted and (c) T2 weighted.