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Does anyone know why they can't tell which way a vertebrae is crushed on an MRI

I was misdiagnosed for 8 years as my 80% wedge crushed T5 was crushed to the right and not to the front. I have had every test on the planet and paid at least $30,000 of my own money to try and stop the pain. I am wondering if anyone knows why they can't pick up which way a vertebrae is crushed on an MRI or bone scan?

My GP says he would never have picked this up and have been to so many spine specialists who didn't pick it up either. Just wondering why? If there is anyone out there who could tell me. I am really curious about this.
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