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Figure 1: Anterior and posterior views of planar bone scan showing increased activity in the left proximal humerus (a and b) (arrows). X-ray showing elongated, serpiginous sclerotic lesion characteristic of a bone infarct. (c) Single-photon emission computed tomography/computed tomography fused image showing increased uptake in the same (d)

Figure 1: Anterior and posterior views of planar bone scan showing increased activity in the left proximal humerus (a and b) (arrows). X-ray showing elongated, serpiginous sclerotic lesion characteristic of a bone infarct. (c) Single-photon emission computed tomography/computed tomography fused image showing increased uptake in the same (d)