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median sulcus of tongue

 

Definition: a slight longitudinal depression on the dorsal surface of the tongue extending from the foramen cecum and dividing the dorsum into right and left halves.

Synonym(s): sulcus medianus linguaeTA, median groove of tongue, median longitudinal raphe of tongue, raphe linguae

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