Ice-cream stick injury resembling torus palatinus

September 18, 2013
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The size of a torus palatinus usually varies from barely discernible to very large, and it may be flat or lobular.

A 60-year-old man came to our outpatient department with a history of a mass at the roof of his mouth that had been present since childhood. He said the area was hard to the touch. It had not increased in size, nor had there been any bleeding or ulceration.

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