Johannes J Kutten-Berger

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The oral pulse granuloma represents a rare form of oral foreign body granulomas and results from encapsulation of particles of vegetable nutrition. Histologically, the oral pulse granuloma consists of multinucleated foreign body type giant cells, hyaline rings and chronic inflammation tissue. Intraosseous granulomas can be distinguished from extraosseous(More)
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