- Slow growing, persistent and often multifocal
- May represent precursor lesion to verrucous carcinoma, dysplasia or other carcinomas
- 29% of cases are associated with verrucous carcinoma
- Mature, hyperkeratotic proliferation and entirely exophytic with no downward proliferation of rete pegs
End of Oral cavity > Premalignant / in situ conditions > Verrucous hyperplasia
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