[The application of three-dimensional CT in diagnosis of the branchial cleft cyst and fistula].

Lin chuang er bi yan hou tou jing wai ke za zhi = Journal of clinical otorhinolaryngology, head, and neck surgery

PubMedID: 26685414

Sun Z, Jiang X. [The application of three-dimensional CT in diagnosis of the branchial cleft cyst and fistula]. Lin Chung Er Bi Yan Hou Tou Jing Wai Ke Za Zhi. 2015;29(15):1392-3.
The patient complained of finding on the right side of the neck fistula with discharge nine years. In recently, fistula spills significantly increased compared with the previous. Special physical examination: Right sternocleidomastoid middle 1/3 front border is seen here in a small fistula, translucence jelly secretion were spilling out when squeezeing the fistula, no smell. Ultrasound: On the right side of the upper cervical skin to submandibular gland rear could see tubular low echo area. MRI: Visible on the right side of the neck tube signal, after the submandibular gland rear. Three-dimensional CT: Visible on the right side of the neck by skin sinus crossings as deep as the tonsillar fossa lumen containing contrast agent. CLINICAL
diagnosis: The second branchial cleft cyst and fistula.