An Unusual Case of Early Stage Tonsillolith- A Case Report
Tonsilloliths are the calcifications within a tonsillar crypt. They primarily involve the palatine tonsils which are caused by dystrophic calcification as a result of chronic inflammation. They can be single and unilateral, but occasionally can be multiple or bilateral. Patients with tonsilloliths can occasionally be asymptomatic. This article represents a case of unilateral and asymptomatic tonsillolith which was found during a routine clinical examination. This report describes a case of a 25-year-old female with a history of slight dysphagia with a foreign body sensation.