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An 80-year-old woman presented with a 4-month history of intermittent oropharyngeal dysphagia and aspiration, particularly after eating peas. She had no significant medical history and denied additional symptomatology. Gastroscopy revealed a smooth lesion arising in the pharynx abutting the epiglottis (figure 1) but was otherwise unremarkable. Pillow sign was negative. No neck masses were palpable on examination after endoscopy.
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Contributors KS wrote the bulk of the manuscript and performed the literature review. AA selected and annotated appropriate radiology. LL provided ENT expertise. SI was guarantor of the article. All authors approved the submission of the manuscript.
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