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Traumatic fibroma of tongue

A traumatic fibroma is a common benign reactive oral lesion that develops secondary to injury. It is a result of a chronic repair process that includes granulation tissue and scar formation resulting in a fibrous mass. Recurrences are rare and may be caused by repetitive trauma at the same site. The most common sites of traumatic fibroma are the tongue, buccal mucosa and lower labial mucosa. In this case we have a traumatic fibroma of tongue in a 17 year old girl.

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Alfredo  Carrillo

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4288 x 2848 pixels

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14 x 9 inches / 36 x 24 cm

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