16 November 2022>: Articles
Thoracic Schwannoma as an Unusual Cause of Sciatic Pain in the Chiropractic Office: A Case Report
Challenging differential diagnosis, Rare diseaseEric Chun-Pu Chu A , Robert J. Trager C*
Am J Case Rep 2022; 23:e938448
Figure 3. Thoracic spine magnetic resonance imaging showing an intraspinal mass. Sagittal T1-weighted (A) and T2-weighted (B) images show a mass extending from T9 to T10 with associated significant compression of the spinal cord. No extension to the neuroforamina or associated bony scalloping or bony erosion is seen.