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Pharyngeal ductal squamous epithelial ulcer (so-called non-Hodgkin’s disease in pcl- phase).
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Formation of ulcers in the old, still standing pharyngeal ducts, which are lined with squamous epithelium. Sometimes mild pain in the neck area.
In the pcl-phase, the mucosa swells around the ulcers inside the pharyngeal ducts. This results in the formation of cysts that contain serous fluids inside. These may extend in the mediastinum to the diaphragm. Formerly called non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
Ulcerative enlargement of the old pharyngeal archways to improve water flow and respiration.
Incorrectly, these cysts are called “centrocystic-centroblastic non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma”, and are not diagnosed at all by conventional medicine until the pcl-phase. The cysts slowly shrink again in the course of healing.