Congenital Granular Cell Lesion: A Case Report (Short Report)

Abstract

The congenital granular cell lesion is a rare disease that affects newborns. We present a case of a patient with nodular lesions that were located on the anterior part of the maxillary alveolar. The surgical resection of the one lesion and its histological and immunohistochemical study were made.

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Paulo, D. , Barbosa, B. , Ibiapina, J. , Rebelo, A. , Carvalho, T. and Santos, L. (2014) Congenital Granular Cell Lesion: A Case Report. Case Reports in Clinical Medicine, 3, 566-569. doi: 10.4236/crcm.2014.310123.

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