Explain this painless dwelling of shoulder?

13y/o pt. presented with painless dwelling in anterior part of left shoulder. This has been his condition since 3 months. What do you think is best suggested management? How would you have managed this case?

Painless Dwelling Shoulder Young Male
General Surgery Orthopedics Radiology General Medicine (MBBS)

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