Salivary gland inclusion in the anterior mandible. Report of a case with a review of the literature on aberrant salivary gland tissue and neoplasms

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Abstract

Although salivary gland tissue inclusions in the mandible are no longer considered rare, inclusion of salivary gland tissue in the anterior portion of the mandible is very unusual. The case presented here brings to six the total number of cases reported in the literature. © 1971.

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Miller, A. S., & Winnick, M. (1971). Salivary gland inclusion in the anterior mandible. Report of a case with a review of the literature on aberrant salivary gland tissue and neoplasms. Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, 31(6), 790–797. https://doi.org/10.1016/0030-4220(71)90135-6

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