Swollen neck in children: A report of two cases
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Two cases of swollen neck during straining, coughing, or crying caused by internal jugular vein dilatation that were diagnosed by ultrasonography and computed tomography are presented. With a review of the literature the aetiology and diagnostic procedure are discussed.
KeywordsPublic Health Compute Tomography Diagnostic Procedure Jugular Vein Cough
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