A Simple Look-Up On Soft Tissue Osteoma: Report Of A Case.

  title={A Simple Look-Up On Soft Tissue Osteoma: Report Of A Case.},
  author={O. Kayıran and C. I. Bektas and A. Uysal and Uğur Koçer},
  journal={The Internet Journal of Plastic Surgery},
Soft tissue tumors of the body represent wide variety. Osteoma is a benign, slow-growing osteogenic tumor that is primarily located in the maxillofacial region. However, soft tissue osteoma or osteoma cutis or extraskeletal osteoma is observed extremely rare. Here, we report a soft-tissue osteoma located on the dorsum of the body that had started and grown silently. The main complaint was the mass. Excisional biopsy was successfully carried out. After all, the pathological analysis consisted of… Expand
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