Hard Palate Pyogenic Granuloma in 11 Year Old Girl: A Case Report, and Compendious Insight

Authors : Dr. Tadikonda Bhavana; Dr. Ramya Kanamadagumath; Dr. Soumya B Shetty; Dr. Rashmi N Shetty; Dr. Kiran Raj; Dr. Tadikonda Adinarayana Kasyap

Volume/Issue : Volume 4 - 2019, Issue 10 - October

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Pyogenic Granuloma is a unique clinical entity originating as response of tissues to non specific infection, occurring most commonly in the gingiva, lips, tongue and buccal mucosa. It is a tumor like growth considered as an amplified, conditioned response to minor trauma by the overproduction and proliferation of vascular type of connective tissue. The clinical diagnosis and differentiation of these lesions is at times difficult. The purpose of this article is to report a case of benign tumor occurring on hard palate of an 11 year old female patient clinically diagnosed as oral pyogenic granuloma. Excisional biopsy of the lesion revealed findings suggestive of PG. This article intends to give a comprehensive review of oral PG with its etiology, etiopathogenesis, clinical features, multiple differential diagnosis and treatment.

Keywords : Oral, Pyogenic Granuloma(PG), Non specific infection, Hard plate, Benign tumor, Etiological factors, Etiopathogenesis, Treatment.


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