- Prominent benign lymphoid proliferations
- Associated with cystic glandular structures
- Lymphoid hyperplasia of Waldeyer’s ring is a frequent, symptomatic complication of HIV infection, often with HIV+, EBV- multinucleated giant cells in crypt or surface epithelium (Hum Pathol 1999;30:1383)
- 9 year old girl with papillary hyperplasia of palatine tonsils and pharyngeal obstruction simulating malignancy (Am J Surg Pathol 1983;7:579)
End of Oral cavity > Other benign tumors / conditions > Lymphoid hyperplasia / polyp
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