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Figure 7. Bone infarct in a patient with sickle cell disease. Acute pain developed in the right thigh 2 days before the initial radiophosphate bone scan on April 25 (Left). It showed a segment of photopenia in the right femoral shaft relative to the activity in the bone above and below it (arrows). (Right) Four months later, August 20, there is increased radiophosphate deposition in the area reflecting bone repair.

Figure 7. Bone infarct in a patient with sickle cell disease. Acute pain developed in the right thigh 2 days before the initial radiophosphate bone scan on April 25 (Left). It showed a segment of photopenia in the right femoral shaft relative to the activity in the bone above and below it (arrows). (Right) Four months later, August 20, there is increased radiophosphate deposition in the area reflecting bone repair.

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