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Excessive Lymphoid Tissue In Throat
Lymphoid hyperplasia in my throat on one side. Tissue still not gone back to norm 4wk, antib, steroids how long should I give this and should I biopsy?
Unclear/need more in: The terminology you are using is not conventional. Do you have a lump or growth visible? If it is is a mass which is growing then a biopsy is indicated. Is it on your tonsil? A good ENT doctor is what you need to guide you further. ...Read more
The body is composed of tissue that are classically described as beiing derived from three basic embyonic layers known as the endoderm, mesoderm and ectoderm that then differentiate into the structures that compose the body such as skin, soft tissues, bone, muscle, organs, etc. Stem cells are not differentiated and have the potential to ...Read more
Neck lymphnode biopsy: consistent with reactive lymphoid tissue with sinus histiocytosis and focal necrosis? (previous mono)
I did biopsy for a soft tissue in neck. Result - Fragmented biopsy shows hyperplastic squamous mucosa with mucosa associated lymphoid tissue. There is no evidence of dysplasia or malignancy.?
All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, there is nothing to be concerned about the result of the biopsy as long as biopsy tissue was representative or all of the lesion.
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I was told I have lymphoid hyperplasia on the back wall of the pharynx. It is very lumpy with patches and often my throat is irritated. Is this someth?
My doctor said I have a lymphoid hyperplasia at the back of my throat with mucosal exudate. What does that mean?
Enlarged tonsils: The terms lymphoid hyperplasia with mucosal exudate usually refer to enlarged and reactive appearing tonsils in the back of your throat. If the enlarged tonsils remain enlarged for a long time, you may need to be seen by an Ear, Nose and Throat specialist to make sure that your findings don't represent something else. ...Read more
Had 3-4 small red bumps/lumps back of throat for about a month. Painless, no flu or cold symptoms, top of mouth has a orangey tint. Is this lymphoid?
Throat bumps: These signs are nonspecific and don't necessarily denote pathology. The bumps may be accentuated or prominent gland like structures related to mucus secretion. It is not uncommon for the palate to have different hues of color. If you still have concerns, have a throat examination by your physician or an otolaryngologist. ...Read more
Very sore throat, a lump in my right side of my neck, fna of right lymph node says "lymphocytes consistent with reactive lymphoid hyperplasia"?
Benign report...: Fna of the lymph node is the first step in diagnosing the cause of lymphadenopathy. The quote from the pathology report means the findings of the aspirate are benign. Lymphoid hyperplasia means there is external stimulation of the lymph node by infection or possibly an autoimmune process. Please follow up closely with your doctor. Sometimes more tests are needed if it doesn't go down in size. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Here is a great labeled photo of the lymph nodes of the neck:
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What are the symptoms and prognosis for a benign reactive lymphoid hyperplasia of the neck lymph node?
Nodes in neck enlarge primarily from metastatic disease of oral cavity (squamous Ca) or glands in neck such as thyroid or parotid.
If there is primary enlargement noted, it is due to lymphoma or hyperplasia. Nodal disease in lymphoma, spreads and enlarges. Hyperplasia due to a local inflammatory process rarely causes pain and does not spread. Biopsy will resolve problem ...Read more
What to do if I have a lymphoid on the back of my neck and elevated white blood cells. What can that mean?
Uncertain results: There are several reasons for a result in the grey zone of certainty such as this. One is time course of disease (may be harder to detect early on); one is a mixture of normal and abnormal such as a node near an involved node; one is a variant of a known disease, or an unknown disease, and the last is a pathologist who is cautious or inexperienced with the disease or tissue. Wait, 2nd opin, or bx ...Read more
I realized my lymphoid are swollen all on (right side) Behind my ear My neck Colar bone Breast my goin area feels tender but can't find any swollen?
Lymphadenopathy: Lymphadenopathy or enlarged lymph nodes in adults should be evaluated, particularly if nodes are felt above the collar bone. Please see your doctor for evaluation as soon as possible. ...Read more
My fiance has a high risk pregnancy. We went to an appointment to have an ultrasound and a check up done with our baby. We were told the baby has possible excess tissue on the back of the neck and possible hernia. She is ten weeks pregnant and the doctor
Unfortunately I am unable to give you any information on survival rates without knowing more information. Based on what is in your post, excess tissue on the back of the neck could be a sign of down's syndrome; the hernia depending on where it is carries different risks.
I would like to take this opportunity to use your case as a lesson for yourself/fiance and others. Never leave a doctor's appointment with unanswered questions. You have a right to have all your questions answered and everything explained to you in detail. If the ultrasound tech. Gave you that information you need to call the doctor right away and ask forn an explanation.
Make an appointment, call on the phone, write a letter. Do whatever you have to do to get answers.
Best of luck. ...Read more
I am a writer with a hypothetical question: can excessive amounts of spice cause damage to the throat? I've heard of it happening with sugar+soda etc.
Answer eludes me: Spicy food as well as soda cause gerd to get worse, stimulates acid in the stomach and if it results in reflux laryngitis, the answer is yes. I like to sing, and I perform, and I love spicy food, including wasabe, etc., and I have been fine. In this case, I may not be the best to answer it, but my answer, if there is no problem, enjoy life. Lol. ...Read more
Why does excessive mucus run down the back of my throat and choke me? I do a lot of coughing trying to get it the mucus up.
I have spots at the back of my throat which appear to be lymph tissue, and my throat has been dry alot and sometimes saw for 5 weeks. Is this serious?
Pic worth 1000 words: I believe most of my colleagues would agree that they would need to see the back of your throat before giving an opinion. If you have a smartphone, I suggest you "say ahhh" while someone's shining a light into your mouth, take a pic, arrange for a virtual consult and then upload the pic so we can see what you're seeing. Altho we can't prescribe, we can give you useful advice. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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