2018 Month : May Volume : 5 Issue : 21 Page : 1670-1672
Jasdeep Monga1, Siddharth Shah2, Sunpreet Kaur3
Dr. Sunpreet Kaur,
Flat No. 127, C. V. Raman Block,
SGT University Campus,
PRESENTATION OF CASE
A 55-year-old man reported with a mass in the oral cavity since last 10-12 years which was insidious in onset and gradually increased to the present size. There was no history of trauma, no history of dysphagia or breathing difficulty. Patient was a known chronic smoker. There was no history of any systemic disease or any other health problem. On examination the mass was firm, non-tender and bleeding on touch was present. It was an exophytic growth measuring about 12×8×6 cm arising from the floor of the mouth, vestibule and lower lip clinically involving the lower alveolus (Fig 1).