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Figure 1: Preoperative radiological evaluation of the patient. (a) Chest skiagram (anteroposterior view) shows mass arising in the right upper chest wall causing collapse of the right upper zone and periosteal reaction in right fourth and fifth ribs. (b) Contrast-enhanced computed tomogram of chest performed for the same patient shows the presence of destructive osseous lesions of the right fourth, fifth, and sixth ribs posteriorly (shown by arrow)

Figure 1: Preoperative radiological evaluation of the patient. (a) Chest skiagram (anteroposterior view) shows mass arising in the right upper chest wall causing collapse of the right upper zone and periosteal reaction in right fourth and fifth ribs. (b) Contrast-enhanced computed tomogram of chest performed for the same patient shows the presence of destructive osseous lesions of the right fourth, fifth, and sixth ribs posteriorly (shown by arrow)