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Click 16 month-old female with subscapular tumoral calcinosis. Axial CT demonstrates mass in lung window. GE LightSpeed VTC, 64 slice scanner, 100 kV, 92 mA, slice thickness: 2.5 mm, contrast: 16 ml Optiray 320, given by hand.

Click 16 month-old female with subscapular tumoral calcinosis. Coronal CT reformat image showing dense amorphous calcification within the left subscapular mass. 100kV, 92MA, slice thickness: 2.5 mm, contrast: 16ml Optiray 320, given by hand.

Click 16 month-old female with subscapular tumoral calcinosis. Sagittal CT reformat image showing dense amorphous calcification within the left subscapular mass. 100kV, 92MA, slice thickness: 2.5 mm, contrast: 16ml Optiray 320, given by hand.

Click 16 month-old female with subscapular tumoral calcinosis. Axial MRI images show a heterogeneous mass in the left subscapular region appearing hypointense on T1 (TR: 783 ms, TE: 14 ms, slice thickness: 5 mm, spacing 5.5 mm).

Click 16 month-old female with subscapular tumoral calcinosis. Axial MRI images show a heterogeneous mass in the left subscapular region appearing heterogeneously hyperintense on T2 (TR: 3500 ms, TE: 67 ms, slice thickness: 5mm, spacing 5.5 mm) with fluid-fluid levels and calcification.

Click 16 month-old female with subscapular tumoral calcinosis. Coronal T1 post contrast image shows heterogeneous enhancement of the mass. (TR: 620 ms, TE: 14 ms, slice thickness: 3 mm, spacing 3.3 mm.) The mass has intrathoracic extension through the intercostal spaces with extrapleural involvement, but no pulmonary involvement.