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Congenital and late-onset primary haemangiomas of the temporalis muscle: case report

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      Abstract

      We report on two patients with haemangiomas of the temporalis muscle, one congenital and one of late onset, which were diagnosed on computed tomography. Both were resected successfully and both patients are well with no signs of recurrence 3Math Eq years and 18 months later, respectively.
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