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|Fig 1. Geographic tongue (benign migratory glossitis) in|
a 4-year-old girl. Note the pink continent among the white ocean.
|Fig 2. Geographic tongue (benign migratory glossitis). Note|
the pink continents among the white oceans.
|Fig 3. Fissured tongue present since birth. Although this has|
also been called a scrotal tongue, the preferred terminology is now
fissured tongue, for obvious reasons.
|Fig 4. A mild asymptomatic case of geographic tongue. Note|
the atrophic liform papillae and the subtle white halo.
|Fig 5. Geographic tongue with more severe symptomatology,|
including pain and a burning sensation when eating spicy foods. The
contrast between the normal tongue tissue and the pink atrophic
papillae is striking.
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