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having congenital cyst
in lower eye lid of left eye, since birth was presented.
include dermoid and epidermoid cysts, first bronchial cleft cysts, and cystic hygromas.
may be derived from urogenital sinus or from mesonephric (Gartner cyst) or paramesonephric (Mullerian cyst) remnants.
The nonparasitic cysts can occur as a congenital and neoplastic, whereas congenital cysts
are originally classified into epidermoid, dermoid and endodermoid cysts .
Thyroglossal duct cysts are the most common congenital cysts
of the neck.
Bronchogenic cysts, usually located in the lung or mediastinum, are due to bronchopulmonary foregut malformations and are relatively common congenital cysts
in the mediastinum.
(7) Abnormal separations of developing lung tissue result in the formation of these congenital cysts
. Therefore, the thoracic cavity is the most common location for these cysts.