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Metastatic Ewing's Sarcoma Humerus


22 yr old male with previous chest wall Ewings sarcoma, treated with rib and chest wall excision after CTX. Did well until 5 months ago when he developed left arm pain and swelling.

Physical Examination

Fusiform mass left humerus, neurovascular exam intact. No systemic symptoms.

Initial Imaging

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