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Old 07-01-2011
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Question Which branchial arch!

a newborn presents with underdeveloped mandible an maxilla, a partial cleft palate and malformed ears.
which of following arches were involved?

a)third
b)second
c)first
d)sixth
e)fourth
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First arch
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I'm thinking first arch.
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c) first arch
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maybe first arch
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Correct Answer Correct answer

CORRECT ANSWER is

(c) FIRST ARCH
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Not specifics of Treacher Collins, but mandible gives me the answer for 1st arch
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