The patient who presents to the chiropractic physician complaining of long-standing upper extremity pain offers a most perplexing diagnostic challenge. Although pancoast tumor is rarely considered in the differential diagnosis, its ability to mimic more common, yet less ominous pathologies, warrants a careful and thorough clinical assessment. A case presentation and discussion are presented to illustrate the complexity of this entity and its relationship to diagnostic protocol.
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