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A Nontraumatic Surprise Neck Mass

  1. Anthony Amoroso, Section Editor

(See pages 991–2 for the Answer to the Photo Quiz.)

A 45-year-old man with a history of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), off treatment for months, presented with a neck mass. He noticed the mass 2–3 months prior, and it progressively enlarged to become painful, especially with neck movement. He also experienced paresthesias radiating to his left arm. He noted an unintentional 4.5 …

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