Brachial plexus neurofibroma
Numbness and pain in left arm since last one year.
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A solid well encaspulated lobulated mass lesion is seen arising from C8 and T1 nerve roots, extending to posterior cord of brachial plexus, with thickened brachial plexus. Lesion shows peripheral enhancement on post-contrast imaging.
Based on MR characteristics, possibility of brachial plexus neurofibroma is considered.
Patient is operated, and histopathology confirmed the same.