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Figure 2: Coronal computed tomography (a), fused positron emission tomography-computed tomography (b) and maximum intensity projection (c) images show fluorodeoxyglucose avid cortical thinning, tunneling (arrowhead in a) and endosteal scalloping in the appendicular skeleton (arrows in a and b). Except for the physiological uptake in the brain, there is very low background fluorodeoxyglucose distribution (c)

Figure 2: Coronal computed tomography (a), fused positron emission tomography-computed tomography (b) and maximum intensity projection (c) images show fluorodeoxyglucose avid cortical thinning, tunneling (arrowhead in a) and endosteal scalloping in the appendicular skeleton (arrows in a and b). Except for the physiological uptake in the brain, there is very low background fluorodeoxyglucose distribution (c)