First and second branchial arch syndromes: multimodality approach

@article{Senggen2010FirstAS,
  title={First and second branchial arch syndromes: multimodality approach},
  author={E. Senggen and T. Laswed and J. Meuwly and L. A. Maestre and B. Jaques and R. Meuli and F. Gudinchet},
  journal={Pediatric Radiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={41},
  pages={549-561}
}
First and second branchial arch syndromes (BAS) manifest as combined tissue deficiencies and hypoplasias of the face, external ear, middle ear and maxillary and mandibular arches. They represent the second most common craniofacial malformation after cleft lip and palate. Extended knowledge of the embryology and anatomy of each branchial arch derivative is mandatory for the diagnosis and grading of different BAS lesions and in the follow-up of postoperative patients. In recent years, many new… Expand
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