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Michael P. D'Alessandro, M.D.
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The patient was a 24 year old male with a past history of familial multiple neoplasia syndrome. He was status post radiation therapy for rhabdomyosarcoma in the distant past.
Clinical Physical Exam:
Clinical Differential Diagnosis:
A routine PA chest film revealed a 2 cm calcific density associated with the head of the left 3rd rib. Chest CT exam revealed bony outgrowths at the proximal aspect of the left third rib posteriorly and the anterior aspect of the scapula.
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Imaging Differential Diagnosis:
Post radiation osteochondroma
Osteochondroma, Chest Wall
Follow-up and Prognosis:
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