Granular cell tumor

What is Granular cell tumor?

Granular cell tumor is a tumor that can develop on any skin or mucosal surface, but occurs on the tongue 40% of the time.

It is also known as Abrikossoff's tumor, Granular cell myoblastoma, Granular cell nerve sheath tumor, and Granular cell schwannoma.)

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I never have had diabetes, my blood sugar level on a complete metabolic stated 100 ml. sometimes lower. The last report in 2013 was 105 ml, I...

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UA reports gently requested;repeat diabetes testing as following....

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respected sir, I am wasif from Pakistan. I want to consult you about the disease of my father. He is 65 years old.he has non- malignant tumor in...

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Surgical excision is the treatment of choice for almost every small intestinal neoplasm, but also for most benign lesions. So surgery it is a MUST...

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Hi, I have an unusual raised, sensitive, slightly hard patch on my tongue. It's about midway down the tongue just beyond where my lips XXXXXXX my...

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Thank you for your query.

1. The patch in the image seems to be Median Rhomboid Glossitis.

2. If it is sensitive, you may use medical grade...

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