Chronic osteomyelitis of the distal humerus
Chronic draining wound from the elbow.
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Sclerosis, cortical thickening, and irregularity of the distal humeral diaphysis and metadiaphysis. Defect along the lateral distal metadiaphyseal cortex with thickened bone surrounding a tubular bone fragment (sequestrum). The location of the defect corresponds to a soft tissue defect reflecting the sinus tract extending to the skin surface laterally.
Typical findings of chronic osteomyelitis with a sequestrum and sinus tract extending to the skin surface.