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|Fig 2. Pyriform Aperture Stenosis seen on axial (A), and coronal (B) CT scan in a 2-week-old infrant who presented with neonatal respiratory distress and feeding dif culty. A solitary central maxillary incisor seen on axial CT (C).|
|Fig 3. Left unilateral choanal atresia seen on endoscopy (A, B). Note inferior turbinate laterally (A). The right side is unaffected (C) with a patent choanal opening seen|
behind the turbinate.
|Fig 4. Predominantly nasal dermoid in an infant causing|
unilateral nasal obstruction. No intracranial extension was noted.
Note the small dimple on nasal tip.
|Fig 5. Microtia (underdeveloped pinna) in a child.|
|Fig 7. 3 week old infrant with severe micrognathia and upper airway obstruction, prior to mandibular distraction, on preoperative, pro le view (A) and on CT scan with 3D reconstruction (B). |
|Fig 8. Micrognathia in an infant, which ultimately required|
mandibular distraction for persistent respiratory distress and poor
|Fig 10. Congenital epulis (benign tumor on the gingival or|
alveolar mucosa) arising from maxillary alveolar ridge in a newborn, on
lateral (A) and primarily frontal (B) views.
|Fig 11. Oral dermoid cyst in a 2-year-old child being surgically|
excised from the oor of the mouth.
|Fig 12. Naso-oropharyngeal soft tissue stenosis in a young|
child with Mobius syndrome. Endoscopic view with exible scope
shows narrowed caliber, normal larynx in the distance.
|Fig 14. Thyroglossal duct cyst in a 2-year-old girl, as seen on frontal (A) and lateral (B) views.|
|Fig 15. Acutely infected thyroglossal duct cyst in a teenager. This requied incision and drainage prior to definitive Sistrunk procedure. (excision of cyst with tract and middle third of hyoid bone).|
|Fig 16. Infected right preauricular sinus with abscess in a|
|Fig 17. First Branchial Anomaly. Intraoperative view of Type 1 first branchial anomaly with duplicated cartilage and sinus. This was excised along with small cyst and external canal reconstructed.|
|Fig 18. Stairstepping horizontal incisions demonstrate characteristic tract of 2nd branchial anomaly as it traverses between the carotid bifurcation, super cial to CN IX and toward the tonsillar fossa.|
|Fig 19. Cleft palate as seen intraoperatively prior to repair (A) and immediately after repair (B).|
|Fig 20. Bilateral cleft lip with prominent primaxilla, prior to repair (A), |
and 1 week after repair (B),
|Fig 21. Venolyphatic Malformation in a 10-year-old with bilateral, symmetric, floor of mouth fullness. Imaging and pathology after excision demonstrated combined venous and lymphatic|
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