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A rare case of hemangioendothelioma of the palate is reported.
The method of treatment was wide excision of the lesion with immediate split-thickness skin graft.
The healing was complete in eighteen days.
Approximately a year and a half postoperatively there has been no local or general evidence of metastasis.
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