Congenital teratoid tumour of nasopharynx with cleft palate
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A case of congenital nasopharyngeal teratoid tumour presenting since birth projecting into oral cavity through the palatal cleft and gradually increasing in size thus causing breathing and feeding difficulty in a four months old female child is presented here for its rarity. A brief review of literature and management of such patients is also discussed here.
KeywordsOral Cavity Teratoma Cleft Palate Female Child Feeding Difficulty
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