Squamous Pappiloma At Vermillion Border of Lower Lip
Maryam Zafar, Sufyan Ahmed
Squamous Papillomas are asymptomatic benign, slow growing, painless neoplasms that may arise from stratified squamous epithelium of skin or oral mucosa.. They are believed to be induced by human papillomavirus 6 or 11. We present a case of a 63 year old male, with a squamous papilloma at vermillion border of lower lip extending to labial mucosa.
Papilloma, Exophytic, Stratified squamous epithelium, Human papillomavirus.