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Lingua dissecta -->
(Science: clinical sign) a benign condition where there is a map-like appearance to the tongue resulting from irregular denuded patches in the surface (loss of tongue papillae).
Likely secondary to local irritation from hot or spicy foods, alcohol or tobacco. There are no significant complications.
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