Gregoire C, Davis C, Bullock M, Steeves T. Recurrent Osseous choristoma involving the mandibular buccal vestibule: a case report. Int J Oral and Dent Health. 2015 April.
This case report is the third ever reported of a recurrent intraoral osseous choristoma. The lesion had manifested twice in the left mandibular buccal vestibule of a 63-year-old Caucasian female.
The patient was treated with wide local excision on both occasions. We believe that the lesions may have arisen as a result of previous trauma, although the exact etiology of the lesions is unknown. Interestingly, the recurrent lesion contained satellite nodules of bone, which suggests that the osseous choristoma may recur yet again.