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Figure 8: Case of chronic osteomyelitis (a-c). (a) Plain radiograph showing a permeative, 'moth-eaten' lesion involving metadiaphyseal region of humerus with periosteal reaction. (b) Microscopic examination revealing presence of inflammatory cells, including lymphocytes and macrophage, along with necrotic bony fragment. (H and E, ×200). (c) Scattered inflammatory cells, including plasma cells with focal reactive woven bone formation (H and E, ×400)

Figure 8: Case of chronic osteomyelitis (a-c). (a) Plain radiograph showing a permeative, 'moth-eaten' lesion involving metadiaphyseal region of humerus with periosteal reaction. (b) Microscopic examination revealing presence of inflammatory cells, including lymphocytes and macrophage, along with necrotic bony fragment. (H and E, ×200). (c) Scattered inflammatory cells, including plasma cells with focal reactive woven bone formation (H and E, ×400)