ROLE OF SCLEROSING AGENT IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ORAL SOFT TISSUE GROWTHS- A CASE REPORT SERIES

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PROMIT DEV SHARMA
VINEET NAIR
KRISHNA PADA DAS
NAIRITA SAHA

Abstract

Soft tissue enlargements of the oral cavity frequently present a diagnostic challenge because a varied group of pathologic processes can produce such lesions. Within these lesions is a group of reactive hyperplasias, which develop in response to a chronic, recurring tissue injury that stimulates an exuberant or excessive tissue repair response. Peripheral Giant Cell Granuloma (PGCG) is one of the most frequent giant cell lesions of the jaws. Treatment involves surgical resection with extensive clearing of the base of the lesion to avoid recurrence. However if the lesion is too big in size, then reduction in size of the lesion by sclerotherapy gives better results and reduces the chances of recurrence. This paper showcases some cases managed in this fashion.

Keywords:
Oral growth, peripheral giant cell granuloma, recurrence, sclerosing agent, sodium tetradecyl sulfate.

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SHARMA, P. D., NAIR, V., DAS, K. P., & SAHA, N. (2021). ROLE OF SCLEROSING AGENT IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ORAL SOFT TISSUE GROWTHS- A CASE REPORT SERIES. Journal of Case Reports in Medical Science, 7(2), 7-13. Retrieved from https://www.ikprress.org/index.php/JOCRIMS/article/view/6638
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