First Branchial Cleft Cyst

A developmental origin from the first branchial cleft has been assumed in some fistulas, sinuses, and cysts arising in the periauricular and the parotid region and also in some fistulas arising in the neck that are located above a horizontal plane passing through the hyoid bone. The commonest of these lesions is the preauricular sinus. This usually shows a stratified squamous epithelial lining, but occasionally it may be of respiratory epithelium, deep to which the connective tissue is chronically inflamed. There is often elastic cartilage in the deep wall of the sinus. Branchial cleft cysts are more extensively discussed in Chap. 9.

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