peace be upon u all isa,,, i've got an idea hope every 1 will share
am gonna post every special cases i met n i ttted it
a patient 32 years old,, suffered from slowly growing swelling in the gingive,,, sometimes bleeding from it was noticed,,, during the first trimester of the pregnancy
My 1ry. diagnosis was pregnancy tumor due to
- Poor oral hygiene
- Irritation of the area (caused by the mouth's inflammatory response to the plaque)
- Hormonal changes during pregnency (( some cases after labour the hormones will subside & the tumor may shrink or dissappear)) in this case after 25 days of labour the tumor remains,, so it was in need to surgical removal & extraction of the related tooth
we made some analysis like CBC & ESR to make sure that this due to inflammation not due to malignancy,, at the end i removed it & extracted the related tooth & i sent the biobsy to confirm my diagnosis,,, THIS PATIENT NEEDS A GOOD SCALING TO REMOVE THE LOCAL FACTOR TOO AFTER 2 WEEKS OF SURGICAL REMOVAL..