SIALOLITHIASIS OF LOWER LIP – HISTOPATHOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION
AbstractA 38 year old male presented to the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology for the evaluation of a swelling of the lower lip from 2 years. Initially it was asymptomatic, but few days back the lesion was bitten by the patient accidentally during normal mastication, resulted in a mild pain. Intra oral examination revealed a 2 × 2 cm, firm, movable, well defined, nodular swelling. The color of the overlying mucosa was red and a rough keratotic papillary surface was noted at one place
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