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Figure 1: (a) Right knee joint contracture at presentation. (b) Magnetic resonance imaging of the thighs short-tau inversion-recovery T2 showing hyperintense signals in the proximal and distal metaphyses of the bilateral femur (white arrows), with doubtful periosteal elevation in the left lower femur (yellow arrow). (c) Magnetic resonance imaging of the leg showing short-tau inversion-recovery T2 hyperintense signals in the proximal and distal metaphyses of the bilateral tibia and fibula (white arrows) with diffuse intramuscular edema in the gastrocnemius muscles bilaterally (yellow arrows). (d) The patient walks without support after 3 weeks of starting Vitamin C supplementation

Figure 1: (a) Right knee joint contracture at presentation. (b) Magnetic resonance imaging of the thighs short-tau inversion-recovery T2 showing hyperintense signals in the proximal and distal metaphyses of the bilateral femur (white arrows), with doubtful periosteal elevation in the left lower femur (yellow arrow). (c) Magnetic resonance imaging of the leg showing short-tau inversion-recovery T2 hyperintense signals in the proximal and distal metaphyses of the bilateral tibia and fibula (white arrows) with diffuse intramuscular edema in the gastrocnemius muscles bilaterally (yellow arrows). (d) The patient walks without support after 3 weeks of starting Vitamin C supplementation