Bronchogenic Cysts Presenting as Thymic Cysts
Although relatively rare, bronchogenic cysts are the most common of
the cystic mediastinal masses. Because the majority will become symptomatic or
complicated, bronchogenic cysts should be considered in differential diagnoses of
mediastinal masses. Bronchogenic cysts most commonly occur in the middle or
posterior mediastinum but have been reported throughout the thorax as well as in
other atypical locations. We report the diagnosis and treatment of two extremely rare
cases of bronchogenic cysts occurring within the thymus. Read More →

Case Report: Cervical Thymic Cyst
A thirteen-year old boy presented to us with diffuse swelling and moderate pain in the right side of the neck. The swelling had been noticed two months prior to presentation and gradually increased in size becoming painful a week before the patient presented to us.Read More →