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    The specimen is labeled with the patient' s name, initials RLH, and "bone,
    left knee". The specimen consists of multiple fragments of bone with adjacent
    soft tissue measuring 10 X 5 X 3.8 cm. in aggregate. The articular surface
    shows loss of cartilage with eburnation of the underlying bone. There are two
    osteophytes seen measuring 0.9 and 1.3 cm. in greatest dimension.
    Representative sections are submitted in cassettes A and B after

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    88304 bone fragments other than path fx

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