Indian Journal of Surgery

, Volume 71, Issue 3, pp 154–155 | Cite as

Large mucocele involving the ventral surface of tongue in a new born: rare occurrence

Case Report

Abstract

This report describes a case of new born baby with large swelling involving the ventral surface of the tongue. Antenatal history was not significant. The swelling was causing difficulty in breathing and deglutition. The swelling was excised completely. Histological report was suggestive of intravasation cyst.

Keywords

Mucocele Tongue New born 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Dayanand Medical College & HospitalLudhianaIndia

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