Last updated on: November 22nd, 2020

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A 65 year old woman presents with persistent pain in her middle and lower back, which started around a month ago, after she attempted to pick up a potted plant.

The pain is worsened by exertion, and relieved by lying down; it has progressively increased over time. There was no associated tingling, numbness or weakness.

Her menopause was at 48 years of age. She has never been on hormone replacement therapy.

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