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Haemangioma is a benign vascular hamartoma. In the head and neck region, it frequently affects the face, lips and oral mucosa. The tongue is relatively a rare site of involvement. We report a case of haemangioma of the base of the tongue which is a very rare site of occurrence. A 20-year-old male presented with swelling in the oropharynx with no history of fever or cough. On examination, a mass involving both the valecullae and lingual epiglottis was found, extending into the oropharynx and thedoi:10.7860/NJLM/2019/36837:2327 doaj:863c5021b4774cd89e7127a9042ee682 fatcat:bz7ef75nevfwnhzewce6jfnkny