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Looks like a benign squamous papilloma on your tonsil vs anterior tonsillar pillar. The tonsil is sort of an odd location and I'm betting it is actually on the mucosa of the tonsillar pillar. They may want to biopsy it, but shouldn't cause any issues.


Thank you. *Got referral to see ENT specialist*