Between vertebral pedicles.
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Key imaging features and aetiologies of pathological Key imaging features: * Loss of vertebral height on AP and lateral views involving both anterior and posterior vertebral body wall * Interpediculate widening * Possible retropulsion of vertebral body into spinal canal Aetiologies: metastatic carcinoma, multiple myeloma, Langerhan histiocytosis
Normal interpediculate distances (minimum and maximum) in children and adults.
A widened interpediculate distance was noted with evidence of thinned and dysplastic pedicles.
Spinal dysraphism from T10 to S2 with widened interpediculate distance and lack of fusion of posterior elements, and