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Figure 1 Anteroposterior pelvis radiograph The fracture was fixed with a long Gamma nail.
Figure 2 Sagittal 3DCT scan of the thoracolumbar radiograph It showed a combination of deformities ranged from severe flattening, fusion, shrinkage and compression fractures.
Figure 3 Axial 3DCT scan of the skull base. S C
Figure 4 Specimen obtained at open biopsy of a lesion in the left proximal femur showed multiple, dilated, vascular spaces replacing normal bone marrow elements.
Figure 5 Anteroposterior pelvis radiograph. It showed massive osteolysis crosses the epiphyseal growth centers of the proximal femora bilaterally.
Figure 6 Anteroposterior radiograph of the feet. It showed complete resorption of the tarsal bones and complete ankylosis with severe osteolysis.
Figure 7 Hands photo showed marked decrease range of motion in wrists and fingers and were mildly puffy. Fifth finger was noted to be curved like C shape.
Figure 8 The extensor tendons in both feet were swollen and her feet showed decreased range of motion in her all toes with eversion of the big toe.
Figure 9 Anteroposterior hand radiograph. Marked widening of the distal portions of the metacarpal metaphyses and diaphyses.
Figure 10 Anteroposterior radiograph of the foot. It showed widespread erosions and shortenings of the big toes.
Figure 11 Number of osteolysis patients per population in some countries.
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