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Osteoporosis is associated with thinning of cortical and trabecular bone, which reduces bone strength and predisposes individuals to fracture development. Femoral neck fractures in patients with osteoporosis may not be apparent on radiographs. Magnetic resonance imaging is useful at detecting these radiographically occult fractures; yet, the practice has not been widely adopted in Hong Kong. In this article, we review our experience of early magnetic resonance imaging in this clinicalpmid:15299173 fatcat:jyfx33zelzfidc7ur3nbejngyi