Data for: Unusual Site of Presentation of Bronchogenic Cyst; A Case Report

Published: 20-12-2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/52nk3426r9.1
Contributors:
Fatimah Alabdrabalnabi,
Tariq Hashim,
Hanadi Al-Thani,
hossam Elshafei

Description

Figure 1. A 7- year- old female with localized neck mass Figure 2. Well define midline cystic lesion within the anterior aspect of the lower neck and upper chest, extending from the lower pole from thyroid isthmus down to the manubrium sternum with no internal vascularity or intrathoracic extension. The thyroid gland is normal. Figure 3. Well defined subcutaneous superficial lower neck–upper chest mass lesion with an average of 50 Hounsfield units. The lesion extending from the level of the thyroid isthmus down to the manubrium of the sternum, No evidence of calcification, air-fluid level, fatty content or septation. Contrast was given and demonstrates very subtle wall enhancement. No soft tissue component, No intrathoracic or deep neck extension. no adjacent bony destruction Figure 4. Gross image of the mass during excision Figure 5. The cystic lesion containing whitish waxy material Figure 6. shows cyst wall lined by respiratory type epithelium (pseudostratified ciliated columnar epithelium) overlying fibrovascular connective tissue wall. H&E X40 Figure 7. shows cyst wall lined by respiratory type epithelium (pseudostratified ciliated columnar epithelium) overlying fibrovascular connective tissue wall. H&E X100 Figure 8. shows cyst wall lined by respiratory type epithelium. The sub epithelium shows congested blood vessels and lymphoid infiltrate. H&E X200.

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