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What is this smooth, nontender, fluctuant swelling, which occur along the lower one third of the anteromedial border of the sternocleidomastoid muscle between the muscle and the overlying skin, called?

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Branchial cleft cyst?
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POSSIBLY.... CYSTIC HYGROMA..... LYMPHANGIOMA..... ...... OCCURS. DUE. TO SOMATIC. MUTATION. IN.. ........... . PIC3CA. GENE... ..
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This seems to be cystic hygroma which happens to be due to lymphatic channel blockage.
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Most likely cystic hygroma.. Refer to pediatric surgeon.for further mx
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IT'S A CASE OF..SWELLING NECK.. ? BRANCHIAL CLEFT CYST..
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Brachial cleft cyst.on the lateral aspect of the neck
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DD... BRACHIAL CLEFT CYST...
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Cystic hygroma. Blockage in lymphatic.
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1st DD is cystic hygroma,
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Branchial cleft cyst?
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Branchial cleft cyst
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