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RECURRENT PYOGENIC GRAULOMA - A CASE REPORT
Journal of Health and Allied Sciences NU
AbstractA non-specific, conditioned gingival enlargement, pyogenic granuloma is a reactive lesion that can occur anywhere on mucosa or skin. In the oral cavity, the gingiva is the most frequent site. The recurrence rate is up to 15%. The most common cause of pyogenic granuloma is local irritating factor. This case report describes a recurrent pyogenic granuloma in a 35 year old patient and its successful surgical management.doi:10.1055/s-0040-1709756 fatcat:3v6rfakgvvfvlmjvffzqgluh3q