Year: 2014 | Month: September | Volume 1 | Issue 1
Osseous Choristoma of the Oral Cavity: A Rare Osseous Choristoma of the Oral Cavity: A Rare Entity Review
and Ruchit Khanna
Osseous choristoma being a benign lesion is an entity rarely seen in the oral cavity. These are usually, well-circumscribed proliferations of histologically normal tissue found in abnormal locations. They are usually composed of compact bone with harvesian systems. The etiology is considered to be developmental malformation or reactive. The most common site being the tongue and other sites being buccal mucosa as well. Through this article, we have tried to highlight various features that would aid in correct diagnosis and treatment planning of this rare lesion.
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