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    • Oral verrucous carcinoma is a clinico-pathological variant of OSCC. The most frequent affected sites intraoral are the mucosa of the buccal area and alveolus, also the gingiva. It’s a locally aggressive tumor. Generally it is related to tobacco use specially the chewed and snuffed types, hence it named “snuff dipper's cancer’’, the recurrence is high due to the dysplastic cells around the tumor. This is a case of Sudanese male diagnosed with verrucous carcinoma in the Oral and Maxillofacial Clinic. (1)
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