Cholesteatoma of a salivary gland

Cholesteatoma of a salivary gland

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Caption: Cholesteatoma of a salivary gland. Light micrograph of a section through a cholesteatoma in the parotid gland. Cholesteatomas are destructive expanding growths consisting of keratinised squamous epithelium. They are not tumours or cancers but can cause significant problems because of the damage they can cause through erosion of and expanding into existing tissues.

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