Osseous Choristoma of The Tongue: A Case Report

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Osseous Choristoma of The Tongue: A Case Report

Koon Zheng Dong, Stephen Joseph Royan: Osseous Choristoma of The Tongue: A Case Report. Mal. J. Oral Maxillofac. Surg. 2017; 15: 28–30.

Abstract: Osseous choristoma refers to histologically normal bone found in an ectopicsite. It is rare intraorally but when present, the dorsum of the tongue is the most common location. It is a benign lesion of unknown aetiology. Surgical excision is the treatment of choice and definitive diagnosis is by histology. Recurrence is rare.