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Extensive Focal Epithelial Hyperplasia: Case ReportFULL TEXT
• Braz Campos Durso, DDS, MSD •
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subtype 13 or 32. The condition occurs in numerous populations and ethnic groups.
A higher incidence in close communities and among family members indicates infectious
pathogenesis. A 21-year-old woman with FEH is described, in whom the lesions had
persisted for 10 years. A literature review is also presented, with emphasis on manifestations
in the oral mucosa and histopathological features.
MeSH Key Words: case report; focal epithelial hyperplasia; papillomavirus, humanReply to this article | View replies 
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