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Figure 2 (A-C): Images of CT thorax in mediastinal window, axial (A, B) and coronal (C) images showing confluent, sheet-like, hypodense (HU-28) mediastinal lesion (straight solid arrows) encasing the mediastinal viscera with no mass effect. Left pleural effusion (star) and pericardial effusion (curved arrow) are also evident on coronal image (C). A well-defined lytic lesion is seen in the sternum (open arrow) in image 2A

Figure 2 (A-C): Images of CT thorax in mediastinal window, axial (A, B) and coronal (C) images showing confluent, sheet-like, hypodense (HU-28) mediastinal lesion (straight solid arrows) encasing the mediastinal viscera with no mass effect. Left pleural effusion (star) and pericardial effusion (curved arrow) are also evident on coronal image (C). A well-defined lytic lesion is seen in the sternum (open arrow) in image 2A