Osteochondroma of the tongue.


A case is described of osteochondroma of the tongue and the literature on osteomata, chondromata and osteochondromata of the tongue is reviewed. The tendency for these tumours to arise in the region of the foramen caecum has been noted in previous reports as has the female preponderance. It has been suggested that they arise from remnants of branchial arch… (More)


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@article{Watson1990OsteochondromaOT, title={Osteochondroma of the tongue.}, author={Collin Watson and John A. Crowther and Manju Stephen}, journal={The Journal of laryngology and otology}, year={1990}, volume={104 2}, pages={138-40} }