Intraoral presence of hair

Here is an interesting case of intraoral presence of hair!

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-It's rarest adverse effect of Oral reconstruction surgery post malignancy treatment- specially buccal mucosa CA- - can be manageble by Laser treatment along with few dental treatments sessions. - very rarest case. If you have such case make complete case studies & send it to International level oncology journal & research centre as well dermatology journal & research institute for clinical research .

yes sir
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Never seen such case yet.... What is the reason for intraoral hairs? @Sikandar Sumra

Yes agree with @Dr. Hemant Adhikari sir..please expert's opinion
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This is extremely common in head neck oncology reconstruction. Happens often when submental flaps are used or flaps from hair bearing area. Usually following radiation the hairs are lost. Laser is another way to get rid of them.

Skin flap in oral cavity  Malignancy surgery  Reconstruction  Hairs will go automatically  Problem will vanish

this patient had a history of cancer of buccal mucosa.He undergone surgical reconstruction with radial forearm flaps and radiation therapy.this was rarest adverse effect of surgery.

Plz update about the case after investigations and all Need to study on this Never saw such case till date

this patient had a history of cancer of buccal mucosa.He undergone surgical reconstruction with radial forearm flaps and radiation therapy.this was rarest adverse effect of surgery.
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Oral Cancer due to adverse effect of surgery intraoral hair are present. These intraoral Hair can be removed by surgery.

Is this a operated case of AMELBLASTOMA? @Sikandar Sumra

Only to see pic.no any remeady can be prescribed , details history of pt.must be present to study of case and prescription and advice.Such as this type of cases are very very rare but very interesting to study this case.

not rare st all..it is common ...when hair bearing flaps are used
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@Dr. Suvendu Maji sir, your valuable opinion.

thank you.Extremely common in head neck oncology following reconstruction. usually hairs are lost after radiation. Another way is to use laser therapy to get rid of hairs.
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