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Figure 1: (a) Left leg deformity and lower limb length discrepancy. Plain radiography of limbs: (b) AP view of pelvis: Bilateral lytic expansile lesions with sclerotic rim in both femoral proximal metaphysis with mostly involvement of intertrochanteric region and greater trochanter. (c) AP view of both knees: Bilateral lytic lesions in both proximal tibial metaphysis and left femoral metadiaphysis causing deformity and shortening of Lt Femur. (d and e) AP and lateral left leg: Lytic lesion in distal metadiaphysis of Lt tibia. (f) AP view of right shoulder: Lytic expansile lesion in right acromial process with sclerotic rim without obvious destruction or periosteal reaction. (g) AP view of the right wrist: Lytic destructive lesion in distal ulnar metadiaphysis with partial sclerotic rim and shortening of the bone; multiple lytic expansile lesions in metacarpal and phalangeal bones with bone deformities and shortening of these long bones

Figure 1: (a) Left leg deformity and lower limb length discrepancy. Plain radiography of limbs: (b) AP view of pelvis: Bilateral lytic expansile lesions with sclerotic rim in both femoral proximal metaphysis with mostly involvement of intertrochanteric region and greater trochanter. (c) AP view of both knees: Bilateral lytic lesions in both proximal tibial metaphysis and left femoral metadiaphysis causing deformity and shortening of Lt Femur. (d and e) AP and lateral left leg: Lytic lesion in distal metadiaphysis of Lt tibia. (f) AP view of right shoulder: Lytic expansile lesion in right acromial process with sclerotic rim without obvious destruction or periosteal reaction. (g) AP view of the right wrist: Lytic destructive lesion in distal ulnar metadiaphysis with partial sclerotic rim and shortening of the bone; multiple lytic expansile lesions in metacarpal and phalangeal bones with bone deformities and shortening of these long bones