branchiogenic

bran·chi·o·gen·ic

, branchiogenous (brang'kē-ō-jen'ik, -kē-oj'en-ŭs),
Originating from the pharyngeal (branchial) arches.
[G. branchia, gill, -gen, to produce]
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branchiogenic

adjective Referring to or arising from the human anlage of gills, the branchial cleft or arch.
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Crikelair, "Midline branchiogenic syndromes," Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, vol.
Benign lesions other than pleomorphic adenoma and Warthin tumor included oncocytic adenomas, lipomas, lipomatosis, basal cell adenoma, nonsebaceous lymphadenoma, branchiogenic cyst, and chronic inflammation.
TDC should be distinguished from branchiogenic cysts developed close to the midline, solitary cysts in the thyroid gland, hemangioma, cystic lymphangioma and cystic degenerated lymph nodes [7].
Primary branchiogenic carcinoma is a rare condition.
Branchiogenic carcinoma--conceptual or true clinico-pathological entity.
The purpose of this overview is to summarize the current concept of carcinomas arising in branchial cleft cysts (so-called, branchiogenic carcinoma), indicating that most, if not all, represent cystic metastases from oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma primaries.
Imaging is generally insufficient to differentiate cystic nodal metastases from primary branchiogenic carcinomas, with both exhibiting soft tissue components associated with a cystic lesion.
(31) The presence of in situ carcinoma lesions in the epithelial wall of the branchial cleft cyst in case 1 has also been described in humans (28,32-34) and could represent a link (premalignant lesion) between branchial cysts and primary branchiogenic carcinomas.
(10) Cysts of the lateral neck were also believed to be of branchial origin, and in 1912, Wenglowski described the branchiogenic origin of lateral cervical cysts through his work with the human embryo and with cadaver dissection.
(11.) Cosman 13, Crikelair GE Midline branchiogenic syndromes.
This installment of PATHOLOGY CLINIC focuses on cervical cystic squamous cell carcinoma (cSCC), which is commonly misdiagnosed as squamous cell carcinoma arising in a branchiogenic cyst or as a branchiogenic carcinoma.
Two cases of bilateral branchiogenic cysts of the nasopharynx.