What is the treatment for a calcified granuloma?

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Treatment of a calcified granuloma is usually not required. When a granuloma has been calcified, this usually means that it is an old granuloma and poses no risk to the patient. These small deposits in the body are almost always benign. They are caused by foreign objects, like bacteria that become present in the body. The immune system is not able to get rid of them, so they deposit the foreign cells into a hard deposit in the body.
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