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What is a lymphothenial cyst?

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Dr. Michael Underbrink
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery

In brief: Benign

A lymphoepithelial cyst is a benign cyst in the salivary gland tissue.
It may be derived from salivary epithelium with lymph tissue reaction. Most commonly involves parotid tissue (side aid face and jaw).

In brief: Benign

A lymphoepithelial cyst is a benign cyst in the salivary gland tissue.
It may be derived from salivary epithelium with lymph tissue reaction. Most commonly involves parotid tissue (side aid face and jaw).
Dr. Michael Underbrink
Dr. Michael Underbrink
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Dr. J. Yusuf Erskine
Holistic Medicine

In brief: Oral ?

The oral lymphoepithelial cyst develops within a benign lymphoid aggregate or accessory tonsil of the oral or pharyngeal mucosa.
The surface of such aggregates may be indented with tonsillar crypts, as are the much larger pharyngeal tonsils of the lateral pharyngeal walls. The crypts may become obstructed by keratin or other debris, or surface opening may become constricted . See ENT doctor.

In brief: Oral ?

The oral lymphoepithelial cyst develops within a benign lymphoid aggregate or accessory tonsil of the oral or pharyngeal mucosa.
The surface of such aggregates may be indented with tonsillar crypts, as are the much larger pharyngeal tonsils of the lateral pharyngeal walls. The crypts may become obstructed by keratin or other debris, or surface opening may become constricted . See ENT doctor.
Dr. J. Yusuf Erskine
Dr. J. Yusuf Erskine
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