Giant Cell Fibroma in a Paediatric Patient: A Rare Case Report.

@article{Reddy2015GiantCF,
  title={Giant Cell Fibroma in a Paediatric Patient: A Rare Case Report.},
  author={Veera Kishore Kumar Reddy and Naveen Kommineni Kumar and Prashant Manjunath Battepati and Lalitha Samyuktha and Swapna Priya Nanga},
  journal={Case reports in dentistry},
  year={2015},
  volume={2015},
  pages={240374}
}
Giant cell fibroma is a form of fibrous tumour affecting the oral mucosa. Its occurrence is relatively rare in paediatric patients. Clinically it is presented as a painless, sessile, or pedunculated growth which is usually confused with other fibrous lesions like irritation fibromas. Here we are presenting a case where a seven-year-old male patient reported with a painless nodular growth in relation to lingual surface of 41 and 42. Considering the size and location of the lesion, excisional… CONTINUE READING