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Online ISSN 1827-191X
Anderson T. M., Gibbs J. F., Kollmorgen D. R., Urschel J. D.
From the Roswell Park Center Institute Department of Surgical Oncology, Buffalo, NY
Paraesophageal omental herniation (POH) is uncommon. CT scan and MRI are complementary in diagnosis. We present a posterior mediastinal mass in a 43 year old male with a history of myxoid liposarcoma raising the suspicion of latent secondary tumor. Subsequently, at thoracotomy he was found to have a POH. Differential diagnosis, work-up and surgical approach are discussed.