What Is a Lymphoid Aggregate?

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Lymphoid aggregates are small, slightly elevated nodules that appear to be normal coloured or more red than the surrounding mucosa. They can be found anywhere in the mucosa, though they are commonly found where the mouth meets the throat, including the base of the tongue.
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