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Thursday, September 29, 2016
This CT scan is from a young woman with a pulsatile supraclavicular mass on the left side. She also gets pain with exertion in that arm. Sometimes, she gets pallor, paresthesias, and coldness in her left hand, and she was initially diagnosed with Raynaud's but wants a second opinion. There is no history of trauma. She has no other medical problems. Her pulses on that arm are diminished. There is no musculoskeletal tenderness.
Challenge: This is the least common version of what syndrome?
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