Rajkumar P. N1 , Manjunath N. M2 , Dinesh M. G3 , Preema M. Pinto 4 , Veerendra Kumar 5
ABSTRACT: Plasma cell neoplasm’s constitute a group of disorders characterized by monoclonal proliferation of plasma cells and presence of monoclonal immunoglobulin in the serum. We report a case of solitary bone plasmacytoma of maxilla, a variant of PCNs. Because solitary bone plasmacytoma are quite rare in the oral cavity, they are often not commonly included in the differential diagnosis of lesions occurring in the maxillary palatal region. The definitive diagnosis requires computed tomography scan, histopathological examination and immunoelectrophoresis.