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  author={Santosh R Patil and Suneet Khandelwal and BharatiDoni and Farzan Rahman}
alatal swellings may result from a variety of etiological factors, and can originate from the structures within the palate or beyond it. They may be painful when infected or painless as in the case of benign swellings. They may be congenital or acquired in origin. Swellings of congenital origin are associated with unerupted teeth and torus palatinus while acquired conditions resulting in palatal swellings include dental abscess, salivary gland neoplasms, fibro-osseous lesions, fibrous lumps… Expand

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