[A non-pigmented naevus as an uncommon gingival swelling]

R W Wijs, M Meleti, E Bloemena, I van der Waal
Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Tandheelkunde 2012, 119 (6): 283-4
A 67-year-old woman had an epulis-like swelling of the gingiva in the region of teeth 32 and 33. On histopathologic examination, it became clear that it was a non-pigmented intramucosal naevus which rarely occurs in the oral cavity.

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