Floor of Mouth

The floor of the mouth is a horseshoe-shaped muco-sal trough extending between the lower lingual alveolar mucosa and the ventral lingual mucosa. It is the second most common site for intraoral squamous cell carcinomas and shows the highest frequency of small and symptomless tumours [115]. Tumours are most frequent in the anterior segment and tumours there tend to spread superficially rather than deeply. Involvement of the submandibular duct can cause obstructive sialadenitis and tumours can also extend down the duct itself. If the tumour extends to involve the mandible, there can be spread along the periodon-tal ligament and subperiostally [106]. Lymphatic involvement is early but less frequent than tumours of the tongue itself.

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