Intercollegiate exam - viva in Head and Neck - Discussion around a thyroid mass

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This is a clinical photograph showing a mass in the right anterior neck. The skin over the mass appears normal and it measures approximately 2cm in diameter.

This may represent a thyroid mass. The differential diagnosis would include a lymph node or a branchial cyst.

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