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Case Report Open Access
Third branchial cleft cysts (BCCs) are rare entities that represent abnormal persistence of the branchial apparatus. Most cases of third branchial cleft cysts (BCCs) are diagnosed in childhood and show a marked preference for the left side. However, here we present this rare anomaly in a 40 year old female which presented as a fast growing swelling in adulthood.
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Author(s): Srinjeeta Garg Yuvraj Patil Karan Vayangankar Adip Shetty Haritosh Velankar
Third Branchial cleft cyst, Branchial cleft anomaly, Neck mass, branchial apparatus, adult female, head infection