We do not always know why these congenital (inborn) abnormalities do occur. Luckily, a brachial tract is rarely associated with any other abnormalities an it is of minor consequence. The main problem is a risk for infection, but the risk is low and excision (surgery) may wait until the baby is slightly older. I would discuss the optimal timing with the surgeon who will do the operation.
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