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Tongue disease - Wikipedia


Tongue diseases can be congenital or acquired, and are multiple in number. Considered according to a surgical sieve, some example conditions which can ...

Tongue Problems Symptoms, Treatment, Causes - Abnormalities of ...


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 ...

Abnormalities of the Tongue


"Birth defects and developmental disorders frequently affect the craniofacial ... Tongue-Tie (Ankyloglossia) is a problem caused by abnormal development of the ...

9 Birth Defects and Their Symptoms and Treatments - Parents


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 nasal ...

Defects in tongue papillae and taste sensation indicate a problem ...


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 ...

Congenital syndromes connected with tongue malformations. - NCBI


Malformations of the tongue, are structural defects, present at birth and happening during embryogenesis. Developmental anomalies or defects may be major or ...

Tongue diseases | definition of Tongue diseases by Medical dictionary

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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.

Tongue Tie | Loving Our Guts


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 - NHS Choices


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.