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>Journals >Revista Mexicana de Cirugía Bucal y Maxilofacial >Year 2017, Issue 3


Pérez-Elizondo, AD
Common glossitis and its relationship with organic pathologies
Rev Mex Cir Bucal Max 2017; 13 (3)

Language: Español
References: 21
Page: 83-87
PDF: 178.78 Kb.

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ABSTRACT

To explore the tongue of patients with systemic diseases and describe such findings using a glossary previously established in order to know if there are specific characteristics of each systemic illness its very important and then to compare our findings to healthy patients and define if there are direct relations between disease and tongue changes.


Key words: Tongue alterations, systemic diseases.


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