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Figure 7 (A-C): (A-C) MPS 1 (A) showing typical anteroinferior beaking of lumbar vertebrae (arrows). MPS 4 (B) showing diffuse platyspondyly with thin central beaking (arrows) and widened IV disc spaces. Typical vertebral shape has been marked in yellow in a and blue in b. Hand radiograph (C) showing proximal pointing of metacarpals (marked in yellow) and “bullet shaped” phalanges (marked in white)

Figure 7 (A-C): (A-C) MPS 1 (A) showing typical anteroinferior beaking of lumbar vertebrae (arrows). MPS 4 (B) showing diffuse platyspondyly with thin central beaking (arrows) and widened IV disc spaces. Typical vertebral shape has been marked in yellow in a and blue in b. Hand radiograph (C) showing proximal pointing of metacarpals (marked in yellow) and “bullet shaped” phalanges (marked in white)