The aim of this work is to present a case of a 39-years-old man with a 2cm sized purple pedunculated tissue on the soft palate, next to upper right retromolar area, asymptomatic, with one day time evolution and vascular appearance. There was no trauma history or systemic diseases. Based on the clinical findings our previous diagnosis was traumatic granuloma, hemangioma or blood coagulum formation after local trauma. After one week, intraoral examination revealed absence of the lesion, which disappeared completely. This case illustrates that the absence of trauma history and atypical clinical characteristics can be a diagnostic defiance in the clinical routine.
KEY WORDS: injuries; mouth mucosa; oral hemorrhage.
How to cite this article
TOLENTINO, E. S.; BALDO, V. O.; DREIBI, V. M. & CHINELLATO, L. E. M. Atypical lesion on soft palate: a curious case. Int. J. Odontostomat., 4(1):9-12, 2010.