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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Contrast-enhanced computed tomography scans (A, arrows) in the transverse plane showing a large, lobulated soft-tissue mass (about 7 cm in diameter) arising from the oesophagus with central necrosis and trapped air bubbles in the mediastinum, which markedly compressed the trachea and invaded the posterior wall of the trachea (B: transverse plane and C: coronal plane; arrowheads).

Figure 1: Contrast-enhanced computed tomography scans (<b>A</b>, arrows) in the transverse plane showing a large, lobulated soft-tissue mass (about 7 cm in diameter) arising from the oesophagus with central necrosis and trapped air bubbles in the mediastinum, which markedly compressed the trachea and invaded the posterior wall of the trachea (<b>B</b>: transverse plane and <b>C</b>: coronal plane; arrowheads).