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Figure 1: This woman fell from a height and had a L1 fracture. She was neurologically intact. (a-c) Sagittal, coronal, and axial computed tomography scan, respectively; showing a fracture with decrease of body height and a sagittal split. (d and e) T2 sequence magnetic resonance without evident posterior ligament complex disruption. The total Thoracolumbar Injury Classifi cation System Score was 2 points morphology +0 points for PLC +0 for neurological status; total of 2 points. She was treated with a brace for 6 weeks with good clinical outcome. A panoramic lateral plain radiograph is shown (f)

Figure 1: This woman fell from a height and had a L1 fracture. She was neurologically intact. (a-c) Sagittal, coronal, and axial computed tomography scan, respectively; showing a fracture with decrease of body height and a sagittal split. (d and e) T2 sequence magnetic resonance without evident posterior ligament complex disruption. The total Thoracolumbar Injury Classifi cation System Score was 2 points morphology +0 points for PLC +0 for neurological status; total of 2 points. She was treated with a brace for 6 weeks with good clinical outcome. A panoramic lateral plain radiograph is shown (f)