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A Case of Nontuberculous Mycobacterial Infection on Branchial Cleft Cyst

Go YJ, Park S, Kim HS, Jung SY

Nontuberculous mycobacteria (NTM) is commonly found in the surrounding environment and can cause opportunistic infection. Mainly, it causes lymph node infection in the cervical area, which is often known to...
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Branchial Cleft Cyst Mimicking Malignant Thyroid Neoplasm Concurrent with Medullary and Papillary Thyroid Carcinoma: a Case Report

Yi W, Kim BH, Lee BJ, Kim K

Branchial cleft cysts are the most common lateral neck mass, and usually have well-delineated cystic structures under ultrasonography. Ultrasonography and fine needle aspiration cytology is very helpful during preoperative diagnosis....
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A Case of Fourth Branchial Cleft Cyst Occurred on the Right Side

Han JH, Park IS

Branchial cleft cyst (BCC) is a relatively common congenital malformation in the neck. However, the fourth BCC is very rare and frequently unknown to clinicians. Failure to appropriately recognize this...
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The Combination Therapy of Chemocauterization and Electrocauterization on Fourth Branchial Cleft Cyst

Lee G, Ahn D, Sohn JH

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Fourth branchial cleft cyst is a rare congenital anomaly which cause a recurrent cervical abscess. Complete excision of fourth branchial cleft cyst is difficult because of a...
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Two Cases of Pyriform Sinus Cyst in Neonates: Importance of Early Recognition and Differential Diagnosis

Chung MH, Kim SY, Lim GY, Chung JH

Early suspicion is essential in diagnosing pyriform sinus cysts. We report two neonatal cases of pyriform sinus cysts presented as neck masses. The first case presented as a right neck...
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A Case of Unusual Type of Branchial Cleft Cyst Presenting as Superficial Midline Neck Mass

Baek HH, Lim SH, Lee MJ, Kim SW

The most widely accepted hypothesis about the origin of branchial cleft cysts (BCC) is developmental theory. The second most accepted is acquired inflammatory theory. A 57-year-old woman visited our department,...
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Excision of Second Branchial Cleft Cyst Via Retroauricular Approach without Assistance of Endoscopic or Robotic System

Kim AY, Ryu JH, Sohn JH, Ahn D

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Traditionally, the surgical approach for the excision of second branchial cleft cysts involves performing a transverse cervical incision on the skin overlying the mass. Recently, there has...
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Unusual Presentation of Second Branchial Cleft Cyst: Case Reports and Literature Review

Jung SC, Oh HJ, Do NY, Park JH

Second branchial cleft cysts are the most common neck masses found in adults. However, the parapharyngeal presence of branchial cleft cyst is very rare. We report three cases of parapharyngeal...
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A Case of Trichilemmal Cyst Invading Submandibular Gland

Yoo DJ, Park HJ, Maeng JH, Cho JH

A trichilemmal cyst is a skin adnexal tumor that usually occurs on the scalps of elderly women. We report a trichilemmal cyst in the submandibular area of a 16-year-old male,...
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A Case of Squamous Cell Carcinoma Arising in a Second Branchial Cleft Cyst

Lee JS, Ko YB, Park GC

The existence of primary brancial cleft cyst carcinoma is controversial since first described by Volkmann in 1882. Martin and Khafif proposed criteria for diagnosis of primary branchiogenic carcinoma, which are...
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A Case of Branchio-Otic Syndrome

Kim TY, Eom JW, Kwak HH, Heo KW

Branchio-oto-renal (BOR) syndrome is a clinically heterogeneous autosomal dominant form of syndromic hearing loss characterized by variable hearing impairment, malformations of the pinnae, the presence of branchial arch remnants, and...
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A Case of Non-Communicating Dumbbell Shaped Fourth Branchial Cleft Cyst

Kim JY, Yoo YS, Choi JH, Cho KR

The fourth branchial cleft cyst is rare and frequently unknown to clinicians. Misdiagnosis is common and definitive surgery is often made difficult by previous episodes of infection and incision. We...
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A case of cervical branchial cleft cyst diagnosed with antenatal ultrasonography in fetus

Bae JG, Park JC, Kwon SH, Cho CH, Rhee JH, Cha SD, Yoon SD, Kim JI

  • KMID: 1479869
  • Korean J Obstet Gynecol.
  • 2008 Aug;51(8):900-904.
Cervical branchial cleft cysts are uncommon lesion that are developed from remnants of branchial apparatus in embryonal period. These cysts are found in infancy, childhood and adult by recurrent symptoms...
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A huge branchial cleft cyst detected prenatally: Differential diagnosis from other neck cystic lesions

Jin SJ, Lee JH, Kim SU, Kim SY, Kim EK, Jeong YJ

  • KMID: 2273459
  • Korean J Obstet Gynecol.
  • 2008 Jun;51(6):670-675.
Though branchial cleft cysts (BCC) are common cause of congenital cyst formation in the neck, the prenatal cases have been reported very rarely. We discovered fetal neck cyst at 32...
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Extirpation of First Branchial Cleft Cyst Preserving Superficial Lobe of Parotid Gland

Kim KH, Choi HJ, Park ES, Kim YB

  • KMID: 2118060
  • J Korean Cleft Palate-Craniofac Assoc.
  • 2006 Oct;7(2):75-79.
Masses of the Parotid-Masseteric area can be caused by various different conditions, most commonly neoplasms of a benign nature. A rare cause for parotid tumors is the embryologic remnant of...
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Sonographic Detection of Intrathyroidal Branchial Cleft Cyst: A Case Report

Lee HJ, Kim EK, Hong SW

We report here on an extremely rare case of an intrathyroidal branchial cleft cyst. Intrathyroidal branchial cleft cyst is rare disease entity and it has nonspecific findings on sonography, so...
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The Effectiveness of the Sclerotherapy of Benign Neck Cyst with the Use of OK-432 and 99% Alcohol

Kim MG

  • KMID: 1875144
  • Korean J Otolaryngol-Head Neck Surg.
  • 2005 Sep;48(9):1154-1160.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: In most cases of benign neck cysts, surgical excision has been considered the definite treatment. However, it is difficult to excise cysts completely in some cases. In...
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Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology of the Branchiogenic Carcinoma: Report of A Case

Maeng L, Kim KM, Lee A, Kang CS

  • KMID: 2144047
  • Korean J Cytopathol.
  • 2004 May;15(1):56-59.
Development of an invasive squamous cell carcinoma within a branchial cleft cyst (branchiogenic carcinoma) is very rare and this case is the first description of cytologic findings in Korea. A...
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Parapharyngeal Second Branchial Cleft Cyst Extending to the Skull Base: A Lateral Transcranial Infratemporal fossa Approach

Kang SY, Yang KS, Ahn JY, Park J, Cho SH

  • KMID: 1961958
  • J Korean Cleft Palate-Craniofac Assoc.
  • 2002 Apr;3(1):82-85.
Branchial cleft cysts, sinuses, and fistulae are classified as first, second, third and fourth branchial cleft anomalies. They represent the congenital anomalies resulting from defects in the normal maturation of...
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A case of oropharyngeal branchial cyst

Moon SI, Han JW, Kim JH, Yoon SW

  • KMID: 2275695
  • Korean J Otolaryngol-Head Neck Surg.
  • 2001 Jun;44(6):678-680.
A rare case of oropharyngeal branchial cyst in a fourteen-year-old boy is described. The cyst was located in the right lateral wall of the oropharynx. Histological examination revealed that the...
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