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Primary Ewing's sarcoma presenting as a Pancoast tumour
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A 48-year-old woman without a significant medical history was referred to our department after the neurologist established Pancoast's syndrome and a well-demarcated homogenous mass in the apex of the right hemithorax on MRI study of the brachial plexus. The tumour was invading the thoracic wall, adjacent musculature and the right plexus brachialis and extended into the neuroforamen of C7–T1 (figure 1B,D). She had no respiratory complaints. She had …