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Congenital choristoma (hairy polyp) of the eustachian tube: Surgical management of a rare clinical entity

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January 22, 2016
by Jonathan M. Melzer, MD, LT, MC, USN; Austin Morgan, MD, LT, MC, USN; David Darrow, MD

Macroscopically, choristomas can appear as soft, pedunculated masses that are hairy with a white or a violaceous hue. They can measure up to 6 cm in diameter.

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