Method. The case presented with intraoral submucosal hemangioma of the cheek was treated by intralesional injection of aethoxysklerol 3% diluted in water for. An otherwise healthy year-old female patient had painless swelling in her left buccal mucosa. No precipitating factors were identified. Pathological analysis. Althought hemangioma is considered one of the most common soft tissue tumors of the head and neck [2], it is relatively rare in the oral cavity.

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However, the lesion did not show microscopic appearance of a pyogenic granuloma. Submucosal hemangioma of the cheek at the right molar region.

Attempt of thrombus formation was evident in the lumen intrqoral many vessels. Periodontal dressing was applied on the operated area, and the patient was given postoperative instructions.

Capillary hemangioma as a rare benign tumor of the oral cavity: a case report

The capillary form presents as a flat area consisting of numerous small capillaries. Superficial arteriovenous hemangioma of the oral cavity. A copy of written consent is available for review by Editor-In-Chief of this Journal. Hemangiomas were differentiated from vascular malformations by their clinical appearance, histopathologic features, and biologic behavior.

Inhraoral examination revealed increased vascularity. Precise diagnosis of the type of vascular lesion is important because hemabgioma may influence treatment considerably.

Search Pubmed for Newadkar UR. However, complications that arise from conventional invasive surgical procedures such as excessive postoperative bleeding compelled the use of other different therapeutic alternatives including systemic corticosteroids, laser therapy, cauterization, cryotherapy, radiotherapy, and sclerotherapy [ 412 — 14 ].

Oral Haemangioma

Literature review and case report. The present case is of periodontal interest in view of the onset of the lesion on the gingival tissue, as well as the conservative treatment used. LCH is characterized by proliferating blood vessels that are organized in lobular aggregates although superficially the lesion frequently undergoes no specific change, including edema, capillaries dilation or inflammatory granulation tissue reaction, whereas the second type consists of highly vascular proliferation that resembles granulation tissue [ 618 ].


Most importantly, it has shown high efficacy, offering partial or complete regression of the lesion without bleeding [ 415 — 18 ]. A variety of other lesions can resemble haemangioma in the oral cavity.

Early detection and biopsy is necessary to determine the clinical behavior of the tumor and potential dentoalveolar complications. Acute infections, such as Ludwig angina or cellulitis, which may derive from an odontogenic focus of infection, osteomyelitis, were not considered in the differential diagnosis because of the chronic nature of the condition.

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OPG showing interdental diestema and localized bone loss in the regions of teeth 3 and 4. Lipomas can usually be correctly diagnosed by their clinical appearance alone. Therefore, surgical intervention as a treatment modality for haemangioma is considered a last resort due to intraoperative bleeding, postoperative scarring, incomplete excision, recurrence, functional impairment, and surgical morbidity [ 1541 ].

Kntraoral described it to be a form of neoplasm and explained the pathogenesis as proliferation of endothelial cells into the vessel lumen, followed by obstruction, secondary degeneration, and necrosis. Published online Nov lntraoral Lesions in the oral cavity may be present for a longer period of time before the patient seeks any medical intervention, which is usually as a result of interference with swallowing or speech. A female patient aged 14 years, reported with a chief complaint of a swelling and growth on the inner side of her upper front teeth since months.

Case Report A female patient aged 14 years, reported with a chief complaint of a swelling and growth on the inner side of her upper front teeth since months. The patient was in apparent good health and her medical history was non-contributory. International Journal of Oral Surgery. In Novembera year-old Turkish female was referred by her dentist to the Department of Periodontology of the Faculty of Dentistry, Ataturk University, for evaluation and treatment of the gingival bleeding and overgrowth.


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There was a mild accumulation of dental plaque and the gingival tissues were swollen. One-third to one-fourth of these hemamgioma are painful and are usually associated with trauma. Oral tumors and tumor-like lesions in infants and children. Intralesional bare fiber laser treatment of hemangioma of infancy. Journal of Clinical Laser Medicine and Surgery. Therefore, benign neural tumor was considered in one of the differential diagnosis.

Capillary hemangioma as a rare benign tumor of the oral cavity: a case report

Althought a rare bening tumor of the oral cavity, capillary hemangioma is important to the periodontist because of its associated gingival vascular features and complications in the form of impaired nutrition and oral hemaangioma, increased accumulation of plaque and microorganisms, and increased susceptibility to oral infections, which can impair the systemic health of the affected individual.

Laser treatment in oral and maxillofacial hemangioma and vascular malformations.

Scaling was carried out under universal precautions, and later surgical excision of the lesion was done under local anaesthesia as a part of excisional biopsy. The differentiation between haemangioma and vascular malformations is made on the basis of clinical appearance, histopathology, and biological behaviour [ 4 ].

Masses of salivary gland region in children. Before surgical treatment of the tumor, a thorough scaling and root planning were done carefully to remove any local irritating factors that may have been responsible for the gingival inflammation. It is bening lesion, which is a proliferating mass of blood vessels and do not undergo malignant transformation.