Dysphagia for solid food of several months duration. No fever. No weight loss.
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Soft-tissue attenuation, smoothly marginated ovoid solid mass that arises from left wall of oesophagus, displaces the oesophagus and narrows its lumen. Punctate calcifications are noted. No signs of invasion.
This patient has a oesophageal leiomyoma. It's a benign tumour of the oesophagus.
Diagnostic clue: presence of calcifications within mass is almost pathognomonic for this lesion.
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