Surface of an oral squamous cell carcinoma

 # The surface of an oral squamous cell carcinoma will usually feel to the touch:
A. Smooth
B. Fluctuant
C. Slimy
D. Rough

The correct answer is D. Rough.

Clinically, almost all oral cancers, except those in the earliest stages have two very characteristic features in the form of ulceration and an indurated margin. In different sites; however, there are certain variations.

Reference: Shafer’s Textbook of ORAL PATHOLOGY, 7th Edition, Page No:  108

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