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Figure 1: (A,B): Pseudarthrosis of the humerus, as a complication of chronic tuberculous osteomyelitis at the site of a fracture. Plain radiograph of the right humerus (A) shows irregular sclerosis of the proximal humeral diaphysis and pseudarthrosis of the diaphysis. Note also partial destruction of the humeral head due to sequelae of associated tuberculous arthritis of the shoulder. Plain radiograph (B) of the chest reveals bilateral calcified granulomas within the lungs

Figure 1: (A,B): Pseudarthrosis of the humerus, as a complication of chronic tuberculous osteomyelitis at the site of a fracture. Plain radiograph of the right humerus (A) shows irregular sclerosis of the proximal humeral diaphysis and pseudarthrosis of the diaphysis. Note also partial destruction of the humeral head due to sequelae of associated tuberculous arthritis of the shoulder. Plain radiograph (B) of the chest reveals bilateral calcified granulomas within the lungs