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There is T12 vertebral body compression with approximately 30% loss of height.
A fracture line extends in oblique axial plane through vertebral body, left pedicle, lamina, pars and base of spinous process.
Subtle fracture through the right T12 transverse process.
Trabecular distortion suggests undisplaced fracture through right pedicle. There is also a fracture through the tip of the T12 spinous process.
The T8 superior endplate compression fracture may be chronic.
The numerous gas locules posterior to right diaphragmatic crus and to right of aorta in lower mediastinum are geographically in proximity to the T12 vertebral body fracture.
Further tiny locules are noted adjacent to the fractured right T12 transverse process. Thee have likely tracked from the pleural cavity
In conclusion, 3 column spinal injury at T12.