Anatomic landmarks of the tongue. Filiform papillae cover most of the dorsal
surface of the anterior 2/3 of the tongue, with fungiform interspaced. Just in front
Jan 21, 2015 ... A tongue bump or sore can be caused by various conditions, from enlarged
papillae to mouth cancer. Find out what these bumps mean and ...
Oct 21, 2015 ... The small bumps or nodules of tissue on your tongue are called papillae. Your
taste buds are scattered among these papillae. Sometimes, the ...
There are rather more of the mushroom-shaped fungiform papillae, which are
scattered over the surface of the tongue with particular concentration at the tip
If you look at your tongue in a mirror, you will see small bumps all over the upper
surface of the tongue. These bumps are called papillae. They help the tongue ...
The filiform papillae, or conical papillae, are the most numerous of the four main
types ... in fairly regular rows running parallel to the central groove of the tongue.
The foliate papillae are clustered into two groups positioned on each side of the
tongue, just in front of the V of the vallate papillae. Their name is descriptive, ...
The tongue is a muscular organ in the mouth. The tongue is covered with moist,
pink tissue called mucosa. Tiny bumps called papillae give the tongue its rough ...
The human tongue contains four kinds of papillae, three of which (highlighted in
... The taste buds (shown in yellow) are located at the surface of these papillae.