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Chest Wall Masses

  • What do you think these are?
  • Multiple oval masses in the posterior chest wall, with homogeneous low T1, high T2, and minimal peripheral enhancement.

I would have said NF – — David A. Rubin 2009/03/05 10:01

Me too but no history. Our neuro guys said maybe lymphangiomas? This is the second time I've seen these nonenhancing multiple peri-rib lesions in patients without evidence of NF.Catherine Roberts M.D. 2009/03/20 08:51

chest_wall_masses.txt · Last modified: 2012/04/10 11:40 by mrich