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Table 1 Characteristics of Patients

From: Does segmental artery occlusion cause intravertebral cleft following osteoporotic vertebral fracture: a prospective magnetic resonance angiography study

Variable Patients number (n=44)
Age (years) 74.6 ±12.38
Gender (female) 30 (68.2%)
BMI (kg/m2) 23.19 ± 3.04
fracture severity (>25% collapse) 20 (44.4%)
CR (%) 79 ± 18
Time from injury to MRI (Days) 21 ± 44.5
Thoracolumbar levels (T11-L2) 34 ± 77.3
LSOR (%) 15.12
TOR (%) 15.34
  1. n patient number, BMI Body mass index, CR Compression rate, LSOR Lesion segmental occlusion rate, TOR Total occlusion rate
  2. LOSR = (2 − fracture level segmental artery occlusion condition score)/2 × 100 % )
  3. \(\mathrm{TOR}=\left(14-\sum_{L4}^{T10} segmental\ artery\ occlusion\ condition\ score\right)/14\times 100\%\).