- Common, although only rarely presents as a mass in nasopharynx or nasal cavity
- Germinal centers with tingible bodies (macrophages containing apoptotic bodies), mixed inflammatory infiltrate, polyclonal light chains, no atypia
- In nasopharynx, lymphocytes may infiltrate overlying epithelium producing lymphoepithelial lesions, but this does NOT indicate lymphoma at this site
End of Nasal cavity > Hematologic conditions > Lymphoid hyperplasia
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