enlarged slowly over 2 years. The lesion was described as a pedunculated, pink-white,
ulcerated nodule 1 centimeter in diameter (
Figures 1 and
2) arising in the right mandibular vestibule adjacent to tooth no. 31. After complete
excision, the surgical site healed without complication.
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