Infant Neck Mass

Figure 1.163. The subtle finding of a branchial sinus may be missed if examination of the infant is not thorough.

Figure 1.164. Branchial remnants tend to occur along the course of the sternomas-toid muscle.

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Infant Neck Mass

Figure 1.165. The large cystic hygroma (lymphangioma) presented in this infant as a large soft fluctuating mass. These are located most commonly in the neck and consist of proliferation of lymph vessels. Although not malignant, they may spread over the neck with extension into the mouth.

Cystic Hygroma Neck Newborn

Figure 1.166. A large cystic hygroma involving the right side of the neck and face with extension into the mouth. The mass compromised respiration in this infant. Such masses in the neck should be differentiated from thyroglossal duct and cervical cysts.

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Figure 1.166. A large cystic hygroma involving the right side of the neck and face with extension into the mouth. The mass compromised respiration in this infant. Such masses in the neck should be differentiated from thyroglossal duct and cervical cysts.

Cervical Cystic Hygroma

Figure 1.167. Transillumination of the cystic hygroma in the same infant.

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