Atypical 2nd branchial cleft cyst (type IV) - infected
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Pain and swelling of the neck.
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Well-defined cystic mass with thick, smooth and enhanced wall is seen at parapharyngeal-prevertebral spaces. Cervical lymphadenopathies also are noted.
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