History: chest pain
Case 14 Answer: Achalasia
Right paravertebral mass that does not obscure the heart border but follows the course of a dilated esophagus on both the frontal and lateral views.
I don’t have the barium swallow for proof but this patient had a known history of primary achalasia
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