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Foliate Papillae

Summary Information: Foliate Papillae

Foliate Papillae: Foliate papillae are one of four types of small bumps located on the surface of the tongue. Foliate papillae are ridges and grooves found on the posterior, lateral areas of the tongue and contain taste buds.

Conditions that afflict foliate papillae include infection, trauma, lacerations, and tongue lesions.

Closely Related Organs: Foliate Papillae

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Foliate Papillae

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Foliate Papillae

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