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Ivory vertebra, x-ray. Ivory vertebra. X-ray of the lumbar rachis and the lumbosacral joint. An ivory vertebra is a vertebra on which the bone tissue is abnormally condensed (more opaque) and in a homogenous manner without distortion. (c) Belmonte


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