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Figure 2: (a-c) Computed tomogram of the chest. Axial bone window (a), sagittal reformatted bone window (b), and volume-rendered (c) images show the absence of sternum in its normal location (marked by * in a and c and arrows in b)

Figure 2: (a-c) Computed tomogram of the chest. Axial bone window (a), sagittal reformatted bone window (b), and volume-rendered (c) images show the absence of sternum in its normal location (marked by * in a and c and arrows in b)