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Figure 1: A 14-year-old male referred with a diagnosis of tubercular osteomyelitis of left femur - patient 1 (A-C). (A) Selected coronal STIR, (B) coronal T1 and (C) axial T2-weighted MR images show bone marrow edema within the left femoral neck and proximal shaft (black arrow). Note the thickening of the medial femoral cortex (broken white arrow in B) with edema in the soft tissue adjacent to the femoral neck and a suspicious intracortical osteoid osteoma nidus (solid white arrows in A and C). No significant effusion was identified within the hip joint

Figure 1: A 14-year-old male referred with a diagnosis of tubercular osteomyelitis of left femur - patient 1 (A-C). (A) Selected coronal STIR, (B) coronal T1 and (C) axial T2-weighted MR images show bone marrow edema within the left femoral neck and proximal shaft (black arrow). Note the thickening of the medial femoral cortex (broken white arrow in B) with edema in the soft tissue adjacent to the femoral neck and a suspicious intracortical osteoid osteoma nidus (solid white arrows in A and C). No significant effusion was identified within the hip joint