Pyogenic granuloma (PG) is a benign non-neoplastic mucocutaneous lesion. It is a reactional response to constant minor trauma and might be related to hormonal changes. In the mouth, PG is manifested as a sessile or pedunculated, resilient, erythematous, exophytic and painful papule or nodule with a smooth or lobulated surface that bleeds easily. (Ref https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4246389/)Although the term PG is a misnomer, as it is neither infectious nor granulomatous in nature.
came to consult Dr. Ravi on 19th March 2019 at his Balrampur clinic. There was one big wart on his scalp. Since 2 and a half years he is having this wart and it was small in size but gradually it increases in size. On asking about the problem he faced by this wart. He told that he feels no pain but whenever he accidentally touches it there is bleeding. Dr. Ravi diagnosed it as pyogenic granuloma and started his treatment process.
The patient made a gradual progress in the condition and got cured without surgery.