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Figure 2: Histopathology (H and E staining) of bone curetted from the joint showing fibrocollagenous tissue (FT) and fragments of necrotic bone (NB) admixed with moderately dense inflammatory infiltrate in section A (×10 magnification); section B (×20 magnification) represents the square area in section A showing mixed inflammatory infiltrate composed chiefly of lymphocytes (broad black arrow), plasma cells (white arrow), few polymorphs (narrow black arrow), and hemosiderin-laden macrophages

Figure 2: Histopathology (H and E staining) of bone curetted from the joint showing fibrocollagenous tissue (FT) and fragments of necrotic bone (NB) admixed with moderately dense inflammatory infiltrate in section A (×10 magnification); section B (×20 magnification) represents the square area in section A showing mixed inflammatory infiltrate composed chiefly of lymphocytes (broad black arrow), plasma cells (white arrow), few polymorphs (narrow black arrow), and hemosiderin-laden macrophages