Oral squamous cell carcinoma of tongue in a young patient- a rare case report and review of literature
Keywords:Oral cancer, Squamous cell carcinoma, Tongue
Oral Squamous cell carcinoma is the most common malignant neoplasm affecting oral cavity, generally seen in individuals over 50 years of age and rarely before 40 years of age. As OSCC is rare in younger group, it may be often misdiagnosed resulting in inappropriate treatment leading to poor survival rates. Here we report a case of OSCC of left lateral border of the tongue in a 38 year old male patient and also review its literature.
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