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Journal of Oral Medicine, Oral Surgery, Oral Pathology and Oral Radiology
Hemangiopericytoma are vascular lesions are more commonly reported in the soft tissues when compared to reports in the hard tissues. These are considered to originate from the pericytes in the blood capillaries and hence can occur anywhere in the human body. The incidence of this entity among the other vascular lesion is only 0.1%. The most common locations reported are the brain, lower extremities, pelvic area, head, and neck. Hemangiopericytoma is most commonly located in the nasal cavity andfatcat:hdelsq2tqnh2fnp4f4evv52qbq