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A 60-year-old woman presented with gum swelling. She had associated bleeding while brushing her teeth. She had a history of colorectal cancer treated with surgery and chemotherapy. On examination, a large, non-tender, pedunculated mass was noted.

What is the diagnosis?

A) Zimmerman-Laband syndrome
B) Metastasis of colorectal cancer
C) Gingival hyperplasia secondary to chemotherapy
D) Alveolar soft part sarcoma
E) Irritation fibroma

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