Specimen 11

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.

Specimen 16

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...


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