This post contains excerpts from the outstanding Neck Masses In Children from RadiologyAssistant.nl by Annemieke Littooij, Cécile Ravesloot and Erik Beek
Radiology department of the University Medical Center Utrecht in the Netherlands.
Here are the excerpts but be sure to go review the entire article:
- Cystic lesions
- Solid lesions – Lymph nodes
- Solid lesions – not lymph nodes
All of the references that follow are also from the article above:
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of the Dept. of Otolaryngology, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston
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