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Figure 1: Thoracic computed tomography scan. (a) A heavily calcified mass with almost 4 cm diameter, at the level of the conjunction of the anonymous veins, compressing the superior vena cava (arrow). Multiple small vessels in the anterior mediastinum. No ascending aorta involvement is noticed. (b) Upper pulmonary field level; fibrosis of the right upper pulmonary lobe (arrow)

Figure 1: Thoracic computed tomography scan. (a) A heavily calcified mass with almost 4 cm diameter, at the level of the conjunction of the anonymous veins, compressing the superior vena cava (arrow). Multiple small vessels in the anterior mediastinum. No ascending aorta involvement is noticed. (b) Upper pulmonary field level; fibrosis of the right upper pulmonary lobe (arrow)