Fissured Tongue In Psoriatic Patient- A Case Report.
Fissured tongue is a common benign condition of unknown etiology , Clinically it is seen as central groove could be associated with multiple fissures differs in numbers, depth and directions, usually are a symptomatic but could be associated with halitosis and burning pain. Fissured tongue is one of the nonspecific tongue lesions are frequently observed in psoriatic patients, on the other hand oral psoriasis is rare. Family history plays a role in both psoriasis and fissured tongue.
Sura Ali Fuoad, and Prathibha Prasad