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A patient has a smooth, red, protruding lesion at the tip of the tongue. Microscopic examination reveals a stratified squamous epithelium covering loose, fibrous connective tissue with many thin-walled, vascular spaces. The diagnosis is
granular cell tumor (myoblastoma).
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