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Case Number : Case 2241 - 15 January 2019 Posted By: Uma Sundram

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3 month old female with lesion on tongue.


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In contrast to Granular cell tumor in adults, the Epulis occurs in newborns and does not show epithelial hyperplasia. Epulis.

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IgorSC

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It is different from GCT. It is also negative for S-100 protein. Congenital Epulis.

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Alex-Ventura-Leon

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Very Nice. You learn more from your mistakes than from your successes i think.

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Agree , nice case of congenital epulis. Great case! Thanks for showing..

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Dr. Richard Carr

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aka congenital granular cell tumour. Seems tongue location is pretty rare.

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