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Figure 1: Anteroposterior radiograph of both hands, (a) and wrists (b): Metaphyseal expansion of long bones with planes of both the distal ulnar and radial growth plates seen slanted toward each other, conical (bullet-shaped) proximal bases of 2–5 metacarpals with normal construction of metacarpal shafts and tapering of the proximal phalanges. The ossified carpal bones are small and reduced in number for the patient's age

Figure 1: Anteroposterior radiograph of both hands, (a) and wrists (b): Metaphyseal expansion of long bones with planes of both the distal ulnar and radial growth plates seen slanted toward each other, conical (bullet-shaped) proximal bases of 2–5 metacarpals with normal construction of metacarpal shafts and tapering of the proximal phalanges. The ossified carpal bones are small and reduced in number for the patient's age