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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Extraorally (a), an ill-defined swelling extending from the malar region upto the inferior border of the mandible on the left side (short black arrows) was seen. Intra-orally (b), an irregular exophytic growth (green arrows) was present in the left retromolar trigone region distal to 26, causing vestibular obliteration, and a diffuse swelling (white arrow) in the adjoining posterior buccal mucosa. The deepest part of the growth opposite 38 was laden with food deposit (yellow arrow)

Figure 1: Extraorally (a), an ill-defined swelling extending from the malar region upto the inferior border of the mandible on the left side (short black arrows) was seen. Intra-orally (b), an irregular exophytic growth (green arrows) was present in the left retromolar trigone region distal to 26, causing vestibular obliteration, and a diffuse swelling (white arrow) in the adjoining posterior buccal mucosa. The deepest part of the growth opposite 38 was laden with food deposit (yellow arrow)