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Figure 1: (a) A 34-year-old female patient presenting with mild to moderate swelling in left maxillary sinus area (arrow). (b) Intraoral examination revealed the oroantral communication (arrow) in maxillary left anterior labial vestibule at mucogingival junction in the area of canine. (c) The dorsal surface of tongue was coated with white leathery coat with central rhomboidal shaped erythematous area (arrow). (d) The cytosmear revealed PAS positive numerous long thin fi laments of candidal organism (arrow). Budding yeast cells were seen scattered along the with pseudohyphae (PAS, ×200)

Figure 1: (a) A 34-year-old female patient presenting with mild to moderate swelling in left maxillary sinus area (arrow). (b) Intraoral examination revealed the oroantral communication (arrow) in maxillary left anterior labial vestibule at mucogingival junction in the area of canine. (c) The dorsal surface of tongue was coated with white leathery coat with central rhomboidal shaped erythematous area (arrow). (d) The cytosmear revealed PAS positive numerous long thin fi laments of candidal organism (arrow). Budding yeast cells were seen scattered along the with pseudohyphae (PAS, ×200)