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complications of preauricular sinus
can get perichondritis, can have otorenal syndrome (reflux and hydronephrosis)
cause of abscess on jaw
infected lymphadentis, often staph
what is external angular dermoid cyst
on the eyebrow, mesoderm gets trapped under ectoderm, needs to be removed as it gets infecte
what is a mucous retention cyst
come when incisors develop, tend to be traumatic, mucous secreting glands embedded and form cyst tx=marsupialisation
what is the presentation and tx of sternomastoid tumour
present 3-6mo, often traumatic delivery, fibromuscular process involving the scm muschle, get torticollis
second branchial arch remnant features
contain cartilage, can't just tie off, usually distal third of neck
what is a branchial sinus
usually just a sinus, can get a complete fistula track, use a lacrimal probe to see how far
when do branchial cysts occur
>10yrs, rare
tx of parotid haemangioma
usually well confined in the parotid, disappears in 4-6yrs, don't need to operate, may try bb
tx of cystic hygroma/lymphatic malformaion
tend to leave alone, may give injection sclerotherapy if monomacrocytic?
what is a ranula
mucous retention cyst, bluish enlarging mass under tongue, straw coloured fluid, tx= marsupialisation
what is significant about a goitre in children
40% are malignant, mostly papillary carcinoma