Osteoma of Mastoid Bone; A Rare Presentation: Case Report
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Mastoid osteomas are benign, slow growing tumours arising in temporal bone. These are rare; few cases reported till date. Normally are asymptomatic, may present with cosmetic deformity, pain and hearing loss. These are readily excised. Recurrence is rare.
KeywordsOsteoma Mastoid bone Temporal bone
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This article does not contain any studies with animals performed by any of the authors.
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The authors Dr. Vinod T. Kandakure, Dr. Vaibhav J. Lahane and Dr. Swati Mishra declare that they have no conflicts of interest.
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