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Figure 1: Vertebral metastases with posterior margin destruction model construction. (a) An 18-gauge coaxial introducer needle. (b) Positioning ruler is placed on the back of the rabbit during computed tomography. (c) Puncture needle tip is located in the middle of the vertebral body (white arrow). (d) Computed tomography scan shows that the posterior vertebral cortex is discontinued and the posterior margin of the vertebral body is destroyed. (e) Magnetic resonance imaging scan shows that the posterior margin of the vertebral body is destroyed by tumor (white arrow)

Figure 1:  Vertebral metastases with posterior margin destruction model construction. (a) An 18-gauge coaxial introducer needle. (b) Positioning ruler is placed on the back of the rabbit during computed tomography. (c) Puncture needle tip is located in the middle of the vertebral body (white arrow). (d) Computed tomography scan shows that the posterior vertebral cortex is discontinued and the posterior margin of the vertebral body is destroyed. (e) Magnetic resonance imaging scan shows that the posterior margin of the vertebral body is destroyed by tumor (white arrow)