Narrowing of interpedicular distance
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The interpedicular distance is the measurement between the pedicles on frontal/coronal imaging, which can be narrowed in a number of situations.
See reference 1 for an old but interesting article on what the normal interpedicular distance is according to age, location and gender.
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