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The proximal humeral metaphysis and visualized portion of the proximal diaphysis demonstrate a well-defined lesion with minimal trabeculation, cortical thinning and areas of varying density that appear somewhat ground-glass in nature. There is no associated periosteal reaction or soft-tissue mass. There is an obliquely oriented, cominuted fracture through the lesion with moderate offset of the most distally visualized fragment. A long-bone study of the right humerus is nececary to asses the distal extent of the lesion.