Research Article| Volume 14, ISSUE 8, P1004-1008, August 1961

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Lipoma, benign tumor of soft oral structure

Report of a case
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      A case of lipoma of the lip and oral mucosa is presented. This benign neoplasm had been present for approximately eighteen years, growing slowly and painlessly. It was composed of adult fatty tissue, and it was Iobulated and well encapsulated.
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