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A case of aberrant salivary gland in the mandible has been reported. It appears that there is no way to diagnose this condition except by biopsy.
Because of the paucity of literature on salivary gland tissue found within the mandible, this case has been reported. Only two other cases have been found in the literature.1, 2
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- Oral Pathology.in: ed. 4. The C. V. Mosby Company, St. Louis1954: 1141
- Aberrant Salivary Gland Tissue in Mandible.Oral Surg., Oral Med. & Oral Path. 1957; 10: 1068-1090
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