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Schwannoma of the tonsil

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June 1, 2007
by Byung-Joo Lee, MD, PhD; Soo-Geun Wang, MD, PhD; Jin-Choon Lee, MD, PhD; Il-Woo Lee, MD, PhD

Between 25 and 48% of schwannomas have been reported to occur in the head and neck region; the acoustic nerve is involved in most cases. Schwannomas arising in the tonsil are extremely uncommon. We report a case of tonsillar schwannoma in a 23-year-old woman. We also review the literature on this rare entity.

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