Five day old female child with swelling in the neck since birth .brilliantly transilluminant . MRI suggestive of pyolaryngocele

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If MRI REPORT IS KEPT ADIDE THE FINDINGS TALLY WITH " CYSTIC HYGROMA OF NECK". WHICH IS MORE COMMON THAN PYOLARONGOCELE.PUS COLLECTION CERTAINLY GIVE CONSTITUTIONAL SYMPTOMS.

Agreed . Surprisingly the biopsy came out to be branchial cyst
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Clinically looking branchial cyst as size increased on crying which is seen in the pic as well as swelling is in the upper part of the neck.. while cystic hygroma is always in posterior triangle of the neck and is brilliantly trans iluminate positive.. treatment of choice is surgery in both case..

Cystic Hygroma ,detected during USG in anc period before 14 wks.

Cystic hygroma.

Cystic hygroma

OTHER POSSIBILITY IS CYSTIC HYGROMA ARRANGE M R I SCAN NECK CONSULTATION OF PAEDIATRIC SURGOUN

CYSTIC HYGROMA/BRANCHIAL CYST

Hemangioma

DD:Cystic hygroma

Cystic hygroma

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