Mucosal associated lymphoid tissue (MALT) lymphoma may have specific clinical associations and molecular aberrations depending on its site of origin. We present a case of oral mucosal MALT lymphoma with clinical features simulating oral-facial granulomatosis. Dermatologists are frequently called upon for the diagnosis and treatment of mucosal lesions. Increased awareness and familiarity with oral mucosal MALT lymphoma and its clinical associations are of significant importance for optimal management of this condition.
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