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KEYWORDS giant cell tumor; skull base; temporal bone Summary A giant cell tumor (GCT) is a benign but locally aggressive bone neoplasm. It rarely involves the squamous portion of the temporal bone. Its diagnosis is challenging since patients with a GCT present with a nonspecific osteolytic lesion of the temporal bone. In this paper, we report a pathologically confirmed case of GCT that was confined to the squama of the right temporal bone. The diagnosis was established after resection. Thedoi:10.1016/j.fjs.2012.10.006 fatcat:omjsvmjoyjgjvo5cr7hcyd5akq