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Figure 1(A-E): (A) Drill bit (small arrow) in the nidus (large arrow) of the OO in lateral condyle of the femur. (B) Vascular access sheath with dilator (arrow) cut and separated from its hub. (C) Vascular access sheath along with dilator (arrow) introduced into the nidus over Amplatz wire (small arrow). (D) RFA probe (large arrow) was introduced through the vascular access sheath (small arrow) into the nidus after removing Amplatz guidewire and dilator. (E) Axial CT image shows RFA probe (large arrow) in the nidus (small arrow) of OO

Figure 1(A-E): (A) Drill bit (small arrow) in the nidus (large arrow) of the OO in lateral condyle of the femur. (B) Vascular access sheath with dilator (arrow) cut and separated from its hub. (C) Vascular access sheath along with dilator (arrow) introduced into the nidus over Amplatz wire (small arrow). (D) RFA probe (large arrow) was introduced through the vascular access sheath (small arrow) into the nidus after removing Amplatz guidewire and dilator. (E) Axial CT image shows RFA probe (large arrow) in the nidus (small arrow) of OO