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Sudden Onset Breathlessness in a young boy: An UncommonAetiology

Abhradip Das, Arindam Sur, Subhra Mitra, Sayan Chattaraj, Sabyasachi Mukherjee,, Tathagata Dutta


Schwannomas are the most common mediastinal neurogenic tumors; they are usually benign and slow growing and frequently arise from a spinal nerve root, but may involve any thoracic nerve.

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Intrathoracicschwannoma of vagus nerve. Lai RS, Lu JY, Chang JM, Hsu WH, Tseng HH.

Source:Department of Medicine, Veterans General Hospital-Kaohsiung, Taiwan, R.O.C

Benign giant mediastinalschwannoma presenting as cardiac tamponade in a woman: a case report

Motoyasu Kato1

, Satomi Shiota1*, Kazuo Shiga1

, Haruhi Takagi1

, Hiroaki Mori1

, Mitsuaki Sekiya1

, Kenji


, Toshimasa Uekusa3

and Kazuhisa Takahashi1


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