rhomboid glossitis

rhomboid glossitis

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Instead, they believe that median rhomboid glossitis is related to an infection of Candida albicans, which is the most common fungal organism of the oral cavity.
Clinically, median rhomboid glossitis manifests as a well-delineated erytbematous area located along the midline posterior dorsal tongue just anterior to the circumvallate papillae (figure 1).
Median rhomboid glossitis is clinically evident, and it is usually diagnosed and treated empirically.