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Figure 1: Images of a 56-year-old female patient:(a) T2-weighted magnetic resonance imaging shows multisegmental lumbar dural tube compression by varying sizes of osteophytes. (b) Computed tomography scan shows varying sizes of anterior and posterior osteophytes. (c) Anteroposterior view of computed tomography scan showing lumbar scoliosis. Large lateral osteophytes are seen on the concave side of the scoliosis curve. (d) Three-dimensional computed tomography scan of the lumbosacral spine showing the spinal deformity. (e) Anteroposterior view of the plain radiograph. (f) Postoperative computed tomography scan of the lumbar spine. (g) Computed tomography scan cut showing transarticular facet fixation. A cross-link plate and screw fixation can be seen. (h) Postoperative radiograph showing the reduction in the scoliosis. Metal implants can be seen

Figure 1: Images of a 56-year-old female patient:<b></b>(a) T2-weighted magnetic resonance imaging shows multisegmental lumbar dural tube compression by varying sizes of osteophytes. (b) Computed tomography scan shows varying sizes of anterior and posterior osteophytes. (c) Anteroposterior view of computed tomography scan showing lumbar scoliosis. Large lateral osteophytes are seen on the concave side of the scoliosis curve. (d) Three-dimensional computed tomography scan of the lumbosacral spine showing the spinal deformity. (e) Anteroposterior view of the plain radiograph. (f) Postoperative computed tomography scan of the lumbar spine. (g) Computed tomography scan cut showing transarticular facet fixation. A cross-link plate and screw fixation can be seen. (h) Postoperative radiograph showing the reduction in the scoliosis. Metal implants can be seen