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Figure 1: (a) X-ray of the pelvis with both femurs - It shows extensive periosteal reaction in both the femurs; (b) Radiographs of the distal femurs, tibia and fibula. All these bones show extensive new bone formation; (c) Shows radius, ulna and distal aspects of the humerus and also shows extensive new bone formation in all the Long bones. The visualized metacarpal bones are normal; (d and e) Radiographs of skull and chest showing normal mandible, clavicles and ribs

Figure 1: (a) X-ray of the pelvis with both femurs - It shows extensive periosteal reaction in both the femurs; (b) Radiographs of the distal femurs, tibia and fibula. All these bones show extensive new bone formation; (c) Shows radius, ulna and distal aspects of the humerus and also shows extensive new bone formation in all the Long bones. The visualized metacarpal bones are normal; (d and e) Radiographs of skull and chest showing normal mandible, clavicles and ribs