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Image Number 791 (Dental Sinus)

 
Morphology:
Nodule discharging

Diagnosis: Dental Sinus

Site: Face

Sex: M

Age: 25

Type: Clinical

Description: Tender nodule discharging pus

Submitted by: Kiran Nabar

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Differential Diagnosis

History:

This patient had history of recurrent painful tender swelling occurring on left side of jaw since last 1 year. It used to burst open to discharge pus. It used to heal with antibiotic just to recur again within 1 to 2 months. The skin was adherent to the underlying mandible. Extraction of the corresponding infected molar cured the problem for ever.

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