Epidermal inclusion cysts of the head and neck are rare. We report the case of a non-traumatic epidermal inclusion cyst in the submandibular region, with both intraosseous and extraosseous components, which communicated with the socket of a third molar extracted 12 years previously.
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Published online: October 17, 2011
Accepted: September 26, 2011
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