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Article
February 1971

SUPRACLAVICULAR MASSES

Author Affiliations

Otolaryngology Resident University of Minnesota Minneapolis

Arch Otolaryngol. 1971;93(2):221. doi:10.1001/archotol.1971.00770060307025

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Abstract

To the Editor.—The article by Drs. Lundmark and Acquarelli in the June issue of the Archives was most informative. A not uncommon cause of a supraclavicular mass not seen often in a VA population would be metastitic carcinoma of the breast. Another unusual cause, which may mimic a metastic carcinoma, easily ruled out prior to an exotic work-up and an embarrassing biopsy is a cervical rib.

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