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Neck Mass, Lipoma: 1

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A 14-year-old boy presented with a high, soft, round, mobile neck mass near the anterior midline that moved with swallowing. He was otherwise asymptomatic and without other physical findings. Neck ultrasound revealed a normal thyroid gland.       

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Neck Mass, Lipoma: 2

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The patient was taken to the operating room with a presumptive diagnosis of thyroglossal duct cyst (see thyroglossal duct cyst). Other types of neck masses were considered less likely (see differential diagnosis of neck masses).      

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Neck Mass, Lipoma: 3

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A small transverse incision was made over the mass.     

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