Progressive facial hemiatrophy-With contralateral maxillary mucocele
We report an 8-year-old boy with a six month history of unilateral, progressive facial atrophy, heralded by the development of a morpheaform plaque on the left cheek. The clinical features and investigations were consistent with a diagnosis of progressive hemifacial atrophy with contralateral maxillary mucocele. This case highlights the substantial overlap of progressive facial hemiatrophy with morphea, masqueraded by contralateral maxillary mucocele.
Hemifacial atrophy, Morphea, Mucocele, Parry Romberg syndrome