Benign spindle cell neoplasm in oral cavity a rare case report
Gaurav Gupta, D K Gupta, Neelja Gupta, Priyanka Gupta
Spindle cell neoplasms are described as neoplasms that consist of spindle-shaped cells in the histopathology. Spindle cell neoplasms can affect the oral cavity. In the oral cavity, the origin of the spindle cell neoplasms may be traced to epithelial, mesenchymal and odontogenic components. The name 'spindle cell' refers to the shape of the cell on cytology and histology.Spindle cell tumours can be benign or malignant, and will arise from different cell lines. It can be difficult to differentiate between the different forms of spindle cell tumours, and distinguish between spindle cell neoplasia and fibroplastic spindle cell proliferative response. In this paper, we present a rare case of a benign spindle cell neoplasm in 9 year old female patient.