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In this report, we describe a rare case of vagus nerve schwannoma associated with esophageal cancer. A 70-year-old man visited our hospital complaining of worsening dysphagia. His upper gastrointenstinal endoscopy revealed a mass in the esophagus. A contrast-enhanced chest computed tomography also detected a 15 mm nodule attached to the tracheal membrane. This nodule was diagnosed as a metastatic lymph node. Although the primary tumor reduced after neoadjuvant chemotherapy, the nodule remaineddoi:10.2152/jmi.68.205 pmid:33994473 fatcat:w2jdml5byzemhdikvvpabq5xq4