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Figure 4: (a) Photograph of the anterior chest during 6 months follow-up: Hard bony swelling in the sternal region. (b) Noncontrast computed tomography scan of the chest shows a lytic lesion in the sternal manubrium. (c) 6 month follow up CT scan shows interval increase in size of the lytic lesion in sternal manubrium with interval appearance of cystic component extending upto the skin (in comparison with [Figure 4]b)

Figure 4: (a) Photograph of the anterior chest during 6 months follow-up: Hard bony swelling in the sternal region. (b) Noncontrast computed tomography scan of the chest shows a lytic lesion in the sternal manubrium. (c) 6 month follow up CT scan shows interval increase in size of the lytic lesion in sternal manubrium with interval appearance of cystic component extending upto the skin (in comparison with [Figure 4]b)