PMID: 6767819Jan 1, 1980Paper

Schwannoma of the inferior alveolar nerve in association with the organ of Chievitz

Journal of Oral Pathology
J J Sciubba, S A Sachs

Abstract

A benign neural sheath neoplasm arising from the investing tissues of the inferior alveolar nerve and presenting as a facial swelling is described. Of interest and importance was the associated finding of the so-called organ of Chievitz within the initial biopsy specimen. Its recognition as a vestigal structure and not a pathological entity is emphasized.

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