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Figure 3: (a-d) Skeletal findings in our series of patients with Menkes disease. Chest radiograph (a) of Case 2 shows prominence of anterior ends of ribs (black arrows). Hand radiograph (b) of Case 2 shows mild metaphyseal flaring of both radius and ulna (white arrow). Lateral cervical spine radiograph of Case 3 (c) shows atlantoaxial dislocation (white arrow) with anterior atlantodental interval measuring 5.8 mm. Hand radiograph of Case 4 (d) shows diffuse osteopenia (white arrow)

Figure 3: (a-d) Skeletal findings in our series of patients with Menkes disease. Chest radiograph (a) of Case 2 shows prominence of anterior ends of ribs (black arrows). Hand radiograph (b) of Case 2 shows mild metaphyseal flaring of both radius and ulna (white arrow). Lateral cervical spine radiograph of Case 3 (c) shows atlantoaxial dislocation (white arrow) with anterior atlantodental interval measuring 5.8 mm. Hand radiograph of Case 4 (d) shows diffuse osteopenia (white arrow)