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Figure 1. Normal whole body bone scan in the anterior (left) and posterior (right) projections. (Case provided by Dr. W.D. Leslie.)

replacement by dense fibrous tissue, some of which differentiates to form a connecting span of fibrocartilaginous callus to immobilize the fragments. At the end of the first week, as the resorption of hematoma and dead tissue is being completed, cartilage and endochondral bone formation takes place in the fracture gap, while the cellular and exudative inflammatory response subsides. Repair through ossification

Figure 1. Normal whole body bone scan in the anterior (left) and posterior (right) projections. (Case provided by Dr. W.D. Leslie.)

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