This case challenge presents a two-month old infant demonstrating upper lip asymmetry.
An asymptomatic swelling was noted in the area of the left anterior maxilla of this two-month old infant by the child’s parents. The swelling apparently was of rapid onset since the pediatrician at the one-month well baby check-up did not note it. The swelling caused an elevation of the left alae of the nose and slight facial asymmetry of the upper lip.
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