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 Localized osteoporosis due to Burn, Frostbite and Electric shock

The bone demineralization is most marked where softtissue damage was greatest, is an early radiographic finding that may persist for a prolonged period.

Electrical injury. This X-ray shows comminuted fracture of the head and shaft of the humerus associated with mottled decalcification of the humeral head.
The cortex of the humerus is thin, and the medullary cavity is widened. Discrete areas of rarefaction can be seen in the shaft and distal metaphyseal region.