Letter to the Editor| Volume 58, ISSUE 1, P120-121, January 2020

A new manifestation of Job’s syndrome in the orofacial region

Published:October 24, 2019DOI:
      Job’s syndrome is a rare immunological disorder that displays characteristic dentofacial features. We present an unusual finding of a post-traumatic upper lip abscess that was promptly managed by drainage and antimicrobial drugs.
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