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Thoracic tumors are unusual and tend to occur in the posterior mediastinum. A case of anterior thoracic neurilemoma is presented, with plain film, computed tomographic, and pathologic correlation. Diagnosis of chest wall masses, including the role of computed tomography, is discussed, along with the significance of calcification in these lesions.
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