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1/7. Recurrent intraoral osseous choristoma. Report of a case.

    The osseous choristoma of buccal soft tissue (intraoral soft tissue osteoma) is a rare entity that is reported not to recur after removal. A case involving the first documented recurrence of such a lesion is reported, and a review of the literature is presented.
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2/7. Heterotopic oral gastrointestinal cyst: report of a case.

    Heterotopic oral gastrointestinal cyst, also called enterocystoma, is a rare choristoma composed of gastric and intestinal mucosa. Its origin is thought to be derived from misplaced embryonal rests. Clinically, it often causes swallowing and speaking difficulties. Surgical excision is the treatment of choice. Our reported case was a 16-month-old boy. He was noted to have a sublingual mass since birth, and was brought to our out-patient clinic due to gradual enlargement of the mass in the past month with swallowing and phonation difficulties. Surgical excision of the cyst was performed and microscopic examination revealed gastric mucosa and a variety of epithelial linings along the cyst wall. The patient had a good recovery after the operation.
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3/7. Congenital dermoid cyst of the oral cavity with gastric choristoma.

    A case of congenital dermoid cyst of the buccal floor occurring simultaneously with a gastric choristoma is reported. Only one other similar case could be found in our review of the literature. A tracheostomy was done to relieve airway obstruction. Complete excision was achieved through an intraoral approach. A quick review of the embryology of the floor of the mouth is presented as well as the classification and differential diagnosis of these lesions.
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4/7. Osseous choristoma of buccal mucosa: report of a case.

    A rare case of osseous choristoma is presented. The lesion, in a 12-year-old girl, involved cheek mucosa and was successfully treated by local excision.
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5/7. Cartilaginous choristoma of buccal mucosa: a case report.

    A rare and possibly the first case of a cartilaginous choristoma of the buccal mucosa is presented. Careful examination at follow-up for over 11 months has revealed no clinical evidence of any recurrence.
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6/7. Intraoral osseous choristoma: report of case.

    A case of oral osseous choristoma of the buccal vestibule is presented. Of 27 reported cases, including this one, 24 occurred in the dorsum of the tongue, one in the ventral aspect of the tongue, and two in the buccal mucosa. There have been no recurrences reported after local excision.
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7/7. Teratomatous choristoma and its associated syndromes. Case report.

    The literature on oral teratomata is reviewed, and a theory for the embryological basis for these malformations is presented. We present an unusual case of Class III (Schwalbe) teratoma, in association with a complete cleft of the hard palate. Corrective surgery was required in the neonatal period.
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