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Background Oropharyngeal teratoma may occur by itself or together with other craniofacial malformations, most commonly cleft palate. Oropharyngeal teratoma may be also seen in association with frontonasal dysplasia and/or various degrees of craniofacial duplication. The nosology of these sporadic...