Recurrent pyogenic granuloma: an update

@article{Alshiaty2015RecurrentPG,
  title={Recurrent pyogenic granuloma: an update},
  author={Rami A. Al-shiaty and Bacem A. E. Ottoman},
  journal={International Journal of Scientific Reports},
  year={2015},
  volume={1},
  pages={22-31}
}
Background:  Given the fierce controversy about the nature of pyogenic granulomas, starting with its unfitting name and ending up with its ideal treatment modality, this paper tries to numerically identify some predisposing factors of recurrence. Methods:  The literature was initially reviewed and a total of twenty recurrent cases of pyogenic granuloma were contrasted, on one hand, to their initial appearance. On the other hand, all are contrasted to a similar number of normal mucosa using… Expand
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