A 40 yr old female patient presented with swelling on the hard palate since 2 yrs gradually progressive in size,no history of trauma or discharge on examination swelling was firm in consistency hard in consistency in the middle.How to evaluate the case further? diagnosis and differential diagnosis?

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provisional diagnosis is benign salivary gland tumour - pleomorphic adenoma dd - low grade mucoepidermoid adv maxillary cross sectional occlusal radiograph followed by fnac

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well it can turn out to be pleomorphic adenoma. but plz also clear the extension and margins of the lesion. is the patient experiencing any problem in Breathing or while speaking? you cant go for biopsy until you find out the internal extension of the lesion with the organs. that might lead to unnecessary bleeding. firstly go for an MRI, as it is an ever expanding lesion, then only you can finalise the line of treatment with the help of an oral surgeon. all d best.

torus palatinus , occlusal xray to confirm, proceed with caution as these structures r in direct vicinity of nasal floor , cn lead to oronasal communication

sir can taurus appear at any span. history of appearence is 2 year. now increasing size.
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provisional diagnosis:salivary gland tumour. D/d:torus palatinus,Kaposi's sarcoma..take occlusal radiograph,biopsy for further evaluation

IT'S A..CASE OF.. SWELLING HARD PALATE .. ? PLEOMORPHIC ADENOMA.. NEED'S.. HPE.. X-RAY STUDY..

Tnx Dr Nadimpally Sudhakar Reddy
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Fibrous dysplasia , Ossifying fibroma , tori , osteoma advised CBCT followed by biopsy

pleomorohic adenoma. have a biopsy done to confirm.

this is torus palate.can remove by surgery

quite suggestive of pleomorphic adenoma.

pleomorphic adenoma histopathology must

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