Bilateral branchial cleft anomaly type two and type three seen together

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Ali Okan Gürsel; Yusuf Eren; Vefa Kınış; Cüneyt Kucur;
  • Publisher: Association of Health Investigations
  • Journal: Journal of Clinical and Experimental Investigations (issn: 1309-8578, eissn: 1309-6621)
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  • Subject: Branchial cleft anomaly | type 3 | R | type 2 | bilateral | Medicine
    mesheuropmc: body regions | embryonic structures | animal structures

Branchial apparatus begins to develop at about secondweek of gestation and each complex will transform intodifferent structures in the head and neck. Branchial cleftanomalies develop due to defect in the closure of thesestructures by time. Branchial cleft anomalies may ... View more
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