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Figure 2: A known case of congenital hemolytic anaemia, this 52-year-old man had backache of 10 days duration. Plain radiograph (not shown here) was normal. Bone scan revealed photon deficiency in D12 vertebra suggesting bone infarct. The distal metaphysis of long bones were expanded (remodeled) as a result of prolonged hemolytic anemia

Figure 2: A known case of congenital hemolytic anaemia, this 52-year-old man had backache of 10 days duration. Plain radiograph (not shown here) was normal. Bone scan revealed photon deficiency in D12 vertebra suggesting bone infarct. The distal metaphysis of long bones were expanded (remodeled) as a result of prolonged hemolytic anemia