Soft oral tumour

2021-02-02 12:00 AM

Unlike imitation cysts, the cuticle is always in the centre of the mouth and pushes the tongue back, making it difficult to breathe when it is too large.

A cyst is a benign, slow-growing pseudo-cyst that is a wrap covered with dermal tissue surrounded by a connective tissue wall. Contains liquid or viscosity caused by degenerative cells or from the secretion of tissues surrounding the follicle.

Cyst blockage

Due to trauma that scratches the extra salivary gland, saliva flows out to neighbouring tissue to form a pool of saliva, which is then surrounded by connective tissue.

Cystic mucus

Usually in the lower lip area. It's very difficult to get. Should take when not superinfection. Should try to take the entire follicle, thin shell, or recurrence.

Cystic oral floor (Ranula)

A special form of cystic obstruction in the floor of the mouth, related to the ducts of the sublingual gland

Treatment: Surgery to remove the entire follicle if possible. This type of capsule is very thin, ingested, invading the soft part of the oral floor. If missing it will easily recur. If not → stitching the bag upside down, however, the recurrence rate is still up to 70%.

Epidermoid cyst

Unlike imitation cysts, the cuticle is always in the centre of the mouth and pushes the tongue back, making it difficult to breathe when it is too large. The epidermal cyst has a thick shell and contains pea pulp, while the thin shell mimosa is fragile, and contains mucus.

Treatment: Take the entire capsule with a thick shell.

Tongue tumours, cheek mucosa

Depending on the clinical situation, you can choose between a surgical removal, a nourishing vascular stitch or an injection of fibrosis or a combination of the two.

Papilloma

Tumours come from the epithelial surface. It is possible that proliferation is actually related to carcinoma.

It feels sharp and hard like a thorn, so it is called a prickly hump. Lesions may resemble warts, cauliflower, stalks or stalks. Clear surroundings.

Cause: Commonly caused by chewing betel, flossing, trauma caused by teeth, dentures, poor VSRM ...

Treatment: Cut off, less recurrence.

Mixed tumour

A mixture of 2 types of cells (connective tissue and epidermal tissue).

Has a thin shell.

Common in the salivary glands: parotid glands, lower jaw glands, sublingual glands, especially the secondary salivary glands in the female mouth.

Treatment: Remove the entire tumour.