Research Article| Volume 14, ISSUE 5, P625-629, May 1961

Sublingual lipoma with ectopic bone formation

Report of a case
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      A case of lipoma originating adjacent to the mandibular periosteum in the area of the genial tubercles is presented. Within the tumor, and attached to a common base, was an osseous projection whose general shape and direction of growth corresponded to the fatty tumor. In reviewing the literature, we found no report of a lesion with the same morphology.
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