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Myxoma of upper jaw

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Abstract

Myxoma of the jaws are relatively uncommon. A slow growing myxoma of upper jaw of 26 years female patient is reported in the light of available literature.

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Chaudhuri, J.N., Chatterji, P., Kashnia, B.R. et al. Myxoma of upper jaw. Indian J Otolaryngol 38, 112–113 (1986). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02993811

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