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Intraoral myofibroma is a rare tumor. It occurs most frequently in childhood, in particular between the ages of 2 and 9, mostly intraosseally in the mandibula, tongue, oral mucosa and less frequently in the gum. Clinical assessment of the lesion due to rapid growth may imitate malignancy. Histomorphologically, the myofibroma is mostly a benign lesion with excellent prognosis. A sufficient surgical excision is a sufficient therapy. The most common alternatives in the differential diagnosticsdoi:10.21276/apalm.1983 fatcat:edww65xo35dinitkl7rir55pmy