Tongue diseases can be congenital or acquired, and are multiple in number.
Considered according to a surgical sieve, some example conditions which can ...
Dec 18, 2015 ... Smooth areas of the tongue may be related to injury (food burn) or a nutritional
deficiency of iron, folate, or vitamin B12. A smooth tongue can ...
"Birth defects and developmental disorders frequently affect the craniofacial ...
Tongue-Tie (Ankyloglossia) is a problem caused by abnormal development of
Here's a primer on nine of the most common birth defects: their prevalence,
causes, ... which makes the tongue appear larger; a small nose with a flattened
Neuroscientist. 2008 Jun;14(3):240-50. doi: 10.1177/1073858407312382. Epub
2008 Feb 12. Defects in tongue papillae and taste sensation indicate a problem ...
Malformations of the tongue, are structural defects, present at birth and
happening during embryogenesis. Developmental anomalies or defects may be
major or ...
Looking for online definition of Tongue diseases in the Medical Dictionary? ... n a
congenital defect, with a secondary lobe of the tongue arising from its surface.
Dec 27, 2011 ... It is not known what causes a tongue tie. It does tend to run in families. One
theory is that it is a midline defect (your tongue is in the middle of ...
Tongue-tie (ankyloglossia) is a problem affecting some babies with a tight piece
of skin ... Tongue-tie is a birth defect that affects 4-11% of newborn babies.