Medical Definition of Facies inferior linguae

1. The surface of the tongue that faces the floor of the oral cavity, its mucosa being thin, smooth and devoid of papillae. Synonym: facies inferior linguae. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Facies Inferior Linguae

facies distalis dentis
facies dolorosa
facies dorsalis
facies dorsalis ossis sacri
facies dorsalis scapulae
facies externa
facies externa ossis frontalis
facies externa ossis parietalis
facies facialis dentis
facies femoralis anterior
facies femoralis posterior
facies gastrica splenis
facies glutea ossis ilii
facies inferior cerebri
facies inferior hemispherii cerebelli
facies inferior linguae (current term)
facies inferior pancreatis
facies inferior partis petrosae ossis temporalis
facies infratemporalis maxillae
facies interlobares pulmonis
facies interna
facies interna ossis frontalis
facies interna ossis parietalis
facies intestinalis uteri
facies lateralis
facies lateralis brachii
facies lateralis cruris
facies lateralis digiti manus

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