Neurilemmoma of the tongue
A slowly growing, circumscribed neurilemmoma situated in the region of the foramen caecum of the tongue in a female patient aged 32 years is reported, with characteristic structural features of neurilemmal cells of Schwann.
KeywordsPapilloma Oval Nucleus Foreign Body Sensation Uncommon Tumour Ectopic Thyroid
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