Median rhomboid glossitis with palatal 'kissing lesion'-a case report of 12 year old child

Mallika S Shetty., Uma MayoorPrabhu., Kevin Fernandez., PrakyathMalli., Faizan Ahmed Khan and Prasanna Kumar Rao

Median rhomboid glossitis (MRG) is characterized by a shiny oval or diamond-shaped depapillated region on the dorsal midline of the tongue situated anterior to the circumvallate papillae at about the junction of the anterior two third and posterior one third of the tongue. Dentists play an important role in the diagnosis and management of oral fungal diseases. Awareness of the signs and symptoms of oral fungal diseases could aid in early diagnosis, and proper treatment. This paper reports a case of kissing lesion in a 12 year old female patient.

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