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Hamartoma and choristoma are terms that describe non-neoplastic, mass-forming malformative lesions. although each lesion has a different composition, they have been used interchangeably in many reports, especially for malformative lesions containing ectopic or heterologous elements. We report a three month-old girl who was brought to the clinic with a mass lesion at the posterior fontanel, composed of predominantly osteo-cartilaginous tissue admixed with skeletal muscle, peripheral nervedoi:10.5146/tjpath.2014.01299 pmid:25690859 fatcat:nlhyrh6zebayde4e7dlow5igyi