Right alar base nasal painless swelling, with snoring for 5 years.
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Right alar nasal soft tissue swelling, rounded and well circumscribed, with bulging into the right nasal cavity. The adjacent maxillary bone is not involved .
This was proven to be a developmental nasolabial cyst.
Nasolabial or nasoalveolar cysts arise adjacent to bone at the root apex of the incisors just beneath the lip. Nasolabial cysts are primarily soft-tissue based. If large, they may scallop the adjacent bone.