Jasper Castillo

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Because of its infrequent occurrence, cervical thymic tissue is rarely considered in the differential diagnosis of neck masses. Consequently, diagnosis is most often made by pathologic examination of the excised specimen. The preponderance of reported patients have been children and adolescents, typically asymptomatic. The clinical presentation, evaluation(More)
Subglottic hemangioma is an unusual entity which may involute spontaneously without aggressive surgical intervention; although tracheotomy is sometimes necessary. The actual time course for involution is not clear by reviewing the literature [1,14]. Numerous treatment modalities are described for the treatment of this condition, including tracheotomy, CO2(More)
Congenital midline cervical cleft is a rare anomaly of the anterior neck. The diagnosis is typically made on the basis of the lesion's characteristic clinical presentation at birth. It appears to occur as a result of a failure of fusion of the paired second branchial arches in the midline during embryogenesis. Surgical intervention is necessary to avoid(More)
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