Hanging Polyp: A Rare Entity in Oral Pathology
Sambhaji G Chintale;Vilas R Kirdak; Swati S Chintale;Kaleem A Shaikh;Sonali P Jatale.
Journal Title:Acta Scientific Otolaryngology
The oral cavity is the first most important part of the gastrointestinal system. In which both types of pathology occurs that may be benign, which are more than malignant, which occurs more frequently in tobacco chewers, smokers, and alcoholic than a person who is non smokers and non-alcoholics. In the oral cavity where most of the diseases presented as the benign lesions may transform into malignancy that’s why any pathology in the oral cavity we have to be careful in handling such pathology. One such case of 45 yr old male smokers presents with difficulty in swallowing due to the enlarged oral hanging polyp for one year.