dorsum of tongue

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dor·sum of tongue

[TA]
the superior surface of the tongue divided by the sulcus terminalis into an anterior two-thirds, the presulcal part (pars presulcalis). and a posterior one-third, the postsulcal part (pars postsulcalis).
Synonym(s): dorsum linguae [TA]
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dor·sum of tongue

(dōrsŭm tŭng) [TA]
Superior lingual surface divided by the sulcus terminalis into an anterior two thirds, the presulcal part (pars presulcalis), and posterior third, the postsulcal part (pars postsulcalis).
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