benign lymphoid hyperplasia

benign lymphoid hyperplasia (small intestine)

A reactive nonspecific process to various pathogens (e.g., Salmonella, Yersinia, Mycobacterium or immune-mediated insults) as occurs in inflammatory bowel disease, celiac disease and peptic disease.

Clinical findings
Generally asymptomatic; self-resolving in children; may be significant in adults.
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Pseudolymphoma, also known as benign lymphoid hyperplasia, of the palate is a rare, benign process encountered in clinical practice that results in a distinct-appearing lesion of the palate.
Primary B-cell MALT lymphoma of the palate: A case report and distinction from benign lymphoid hyperplasia (pseudolymphoma).
Different Forms of Lacrimal Fossa Lesions in Our Study Diagnosis Number of patients (%) Inflammatory lesions 12(38.71%; Dacryoadenitis 5 (16.13%) Idiopathic orbital inflammatory disease 6 (19.35%) Granulomatous inflammation 1 (3.23%) Lymphoproliferative 4 (12.90%) Benign lymphoid hyperplasia 4 (12.9%) Epithelial tumors 15(48.39%; Benign 12(38.71%; Benign-pleomorphic adenoma 6 (19.35%) Dacryops 2(6A5%) Dermoid cyst 4 (12.9%) Malignant 3 (9.38%) Pleomorphic adenocarcinoma 1 (3.23%) Adeno cystic carcinoma 1 (3.23%) Mucoepidermoid carcinoma 1(3.23%) Table 2.
(1) Conditions that should be considered in the differential diagnosis of a superficial mass in the parotid gland include lymphadenitis, preauricular cyst, sebaceous cyst, benign lymphoid hyperplasia, or extraparotid tumor.
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