A patient with large congenital epulis in the maxillary and mandibular anterior areas accompanied by impaired suckling [post]

Fumishige Oseko, Toshiro Yamamoto, Shigeta Takizawa, Keiji Adachi, Narisato Kanamura
2020 unpublished
Congenital epulis is a rare tumor of the the newborns. We found a case of soft elastic pedunculated masses in the left maxillary and mandibular anterior areas, protruding out of the oral cavity.They were diagnosed histopathologically and immunocamically as congenital granular cell epulis. These were no complication after surgery. Abstract Congenital epulis is a rare tumor of the the newborns. We found a case of soft elastic pedunculated masses in the maxillary (26 x 14 x 11 mm) and mandibular
more » ... m) and mandibular (55 x 44 x 11 mm) anterior areas, protruding out of the oral cavity. The large multiple masses interfered with suckling. These masses were excised using a carbon dioxide laser under general anesthesia. They were diagnosed histopathologically and immunocamically as congenital granular cell epulis. These were no complication after surgery. key words : congenital epulis,surgical excision,maxillary anterior,mandibular anterior Key clnical message Congenital epulis, which are soft elastic pedunculated masses in the left maxillary and mandibular anterior areas protruding out of the oral cavity, is a rare tumor of the the newborns. These masses were no complication after dioxide laser surgery.
doi:10.22541/au.158981375.57220657 fatcat:454l4ew7ijez5n3xoku6pugkmm