Huge Osteoclastoma of Hyoid Bone: A Case Report
Giant cell tumors (GCT) of hyoid bone are very rare, and only few individual cases were reported in literature. We present such a case of GCT arising from left cornu of hyoid bone. The patient underwent trans-cervical complete excision of the tumour. Postoperatively, patient did well without recurrence or metastasis for 2 years follow up.
KeywordsOsteoclastoma of hyoid bone Giant cell tumor Hyoid bone
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