A recently ruptured upper lip abscess (arrow) surrounded by dry blood stain. The abscess complicates an injury to the upper lip following a fall.
Candidiasis presenting as white curd-like lesions involving the lip as part of more diffuse intra-oral involvement. Parenteral antifungal treatment was given.
Small granuloma involving buccal surface of lower lip complicating accidental bite.
An extravasated mucocoele (arrow) - histologically confirmed by histopathological examination.
Left-sided lower lip oedema occurring in a patient having chin cellulitis. The latter complicates to abscess formation for which incision and drainage was performed.
A deep upper lip laceration with visible orbicularis oculi muscle fibres and few blood vessels exposed. Surgical toilet, debridement, and suturing with good apposition are vital. An antibiotic course and pain relief medication was prescribed.
Traumatic laceration affecting left side of the lower lip with white foreign body particles seen in view upon wound exposure (arrows).