Conclusion: Congenital anomalies
are an important cause of admission to NICU.
Like other branchial pouch remnants, third pouch anomalies
most frequently present as soft, nontender, well-circumscribed masses on the anterior margin of the sternocleidomastoid muscle.
The detection of viral and sub-viral sized apertures, voids, holes, blisters, contaminants, stress fractures, overlapped material, formulation defects and other anomalies
is critical to the product's structural and performance function.
Although Hansen and Bezdek focused on the North Atlantic, they suspect that long-lived temperature anomalies
are also drifting around other ocean basins.
has been described with the maternal use of tretinoin cream, (5) but no external causative factors are readily apparent in this case.