median sulcus of tongue

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median sulcus of tongue

[TA]
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.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

median sulcus of tongue

A shallow median depression on the dorsal surface, which extends from the tip of the tongue to the foramen caecum.
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me·di·an sul·cus of tongue

(mēdē-ăn sŭlkŭs tŭng) [TA]
Slight longitudinal depression on dorsal surface of tongue extending from foramen cecum and dividing dorsum into right and left halves.
Synonym(s): median longitudinal raphe of tongue.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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(5) The tongue is the most popular piercing site; the typical site is the median lingual sulcus, but piercings may also be performed on the dorsolateral lingual surface anterior to the lingual frenum.