Differential diagnosis of tongue lesions

Laskin, Daniel M.; Giglio, James A.; Rippert, Eric T.
May 2003
Quintessence International;May2003, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p331
Academic Journal
This article reviews the clinical characteristics of the numerous local and systemic conditions that frequently involve the tongue and presents classifications based on their appearance and common locations that can aid dentists in their early recognition and clinical diagnosis. (Quintessence Int 2003;34:331-342)


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