Images in the Medical Sciences| Volume 346, ISSUE 5, P420, November 2013

Sternal Mass Presenting as a First Manifestation of Lung Cancer

      Bone metastases although frequently present in the form of lung cancer, a sternal metastasis has rarely been described in the literature. In this clinical case study, we discuss a 61-year-old male patient who presented with a sternal mass as the first manifestation of lung cancer.
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