Femur. Oblique gunshot fracture (FIG. 1). Upper and lower portions of the bone are separated, but united by callus in several places.
Humerus: Gunshot fracture of shaft associated with extensive callus formation of the upper two thirds and partial separation of the sequestrum (FIG. 1) below.
Humerus. The distal end shows superficial necrosis (FIG. 1). Much of the proximal portion shows a thin layer of new bone secondary to periosteal inflammation as a result of osteomyelitis.
Forearm. Lower two-thirds of left forearm. Amputation was performed for gangrene/ulceration of wrist following removal of middle finger (FIG. 1, bone stump at amputation site).
Tibia/Fibula. Lower leg amputation.
Femur. A non-united fracture separates the upper and lower portions. The sequestrum (FIG. 1) extends almost 15 cm along the shaft inferiorly and is surrounded by a partially developed involucrum ...
Femur. Tubular sequestrum from amputated stump.
Femur. Stump showing a sequestrum partly covered by a conical involucrum.
Femur. Upper third of the bone shows a depressed and fragmented gunshot fracture (FIG. 1) of the anterior surface of the shaft adjacent to the lesser trochanter. A large splinter (FIG. 2) has...
Femur. The entire shaft is necrotic (FIG. 1, sequestrum) and partially encased by an irregular involucrum.