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Hematoxylin and eosin (H&E) stain of lipoosteocartilaginous choristoma of tongue. Low-power photomicrograph revealed multiple extensive calcifications resembling bone and cartilage within lamina propria surrounded by adipose tissue (a) (100×); Higher magnification showed osseous basophilic masses with characteristic rims of reversal lines and contains numerous lacunae with osteocytes (b); some areas of the outer periphery appear chondroid with the presence of mature hyaline cartilages containing lacunae with one to two chondrocytes noted (c) (b-c, 200×).

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