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  • n. Plural form of tonsillolith.


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  • It sounds like you're describing tonsillar stones also called tonsilloliths, which are clumps of food particles, mucus, dead tissue cells and more that can collect in the crypts found on the surface of the tonsils.

  • Many loopholes who expire and spell charts to a of springs on tonsilloliths velvety to their thankless busines.


  • Small tonsilloliths commonly develop in the throat or at the upper roof of the mouth and it is rather rare to have gigantic and large solidified debris deposits.


  • There are tonsilloliths out there, but you can deny them if you confirm how to.


  • It was rather shocking to find out how many people had suffered with tonsilloliths.

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  • Long story short -- the ENT doctor told me I had tonsilloliths, or tonsil stones.

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  • The scientific name for these white globs is tonsilloliths.

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  • The tonsilloliths again appeared this weekend, making me gag and sputter like you wouldn’t believe.

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