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Case Report Open Access
Branchial anomalies compose approximately 30% of congenital neck mass and present as cyst, sinus or fistula and among them second branchial cleft and pouch anomalie are commonest, but complete second branchial cleft anomalie with external and internal opening is rare. We present three case report of complete branchial fistula, which was confirmed by fistulogram and was managed by complete excision of fistula through transcervical and transoral approaches. We present technique of excision of fistula with help of use of intraoperative catheter and dye.
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Author(s): Amit Kumar Singh Abhilasha Asthana
Branchial fistula , pharyngocutaneous fistula, fistula