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Large mass seen involving the infraclavicular left brachial plexus. The brachial plexus is thickened superiorly to just above the level of clavicle, involving the divisions and cords. It is low T1, high STIR signal. It measures 4.2x2.4x2.6cm (TxAPxcc). The mass avidly enhances. It encases the axillary artery completely and slightly compresses it. It compresses the axillary vein from behind, and infiltration of its wall cannot be excluded. More inferolaterally, lymphadenopathy is seen along mid lateral chest wall at midaxillary line. Multiple prominent lymph nodes also seen along in the neck bilaterally. Moderate canal stenosis at C4/5 and C5/6 from disc osteophyte complexes and flaval thickening.
Large tumour mass involving infraclavicular left brachial plexus.