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Figure 10 (A-C): Coronal and sagittal STIR and contrast-enhanced, fat-saturated, T1-weighted images reveal a well-defined mass encasing the cords of the right brachial plexus (thick short arrows) suggestive of metastases in a patient with breast carcinoma. The mass is hyperintense on STIR images and reveals mild almost homogeneous enhancement. Also seen is metastatic mediastinal lymphadenopathy (thin arrow)

Figure 10 (A-C): Coronal and sagittal STIR and contrast-enhanced, fat-saturated, T1-weighted images reveal a well-defined mass encasing the cords of the right brachial plexus (thick short arrows) suggestive of metastases in a patient with breast carcinoma. The mass is hyperintense on STIR images and reveals mild almost homogeneous enhancement. Also seen is metastatic mediastinal lymphadenopathy (thin arrow)