Glossitis

Word GLOSSITIS
Character 9
Hyphenation ‖Glos si tis
Pronunciations /ɡlɒˈsaɪtɪs/

Definitions and meanings of "Glossitis"

What do we mean by glossitis?

Inflammation of the tongue. noun

In pathology, inflammation of the tongue. Also glottitis. noun

Inflammation of the tongue. noun

An inflammatory condition of the tongue. noun

Inflammation of the tongue noun

An inflammatory condition of the tongue.

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The word "glossitis" in example sentences

_Acute parenchymatous glossitis and hemi-glossitis_; _Mercurial glossitis_; _Chronic superficial glossitis_; _Leucoplakia_; ❋ Alexander Miles (1893)

The tongue may be smooth, shiny and inflamed (this is called glossitis).

Pellagra: Pellagra was common, manifest by conjunctivitis, glossitis, amblyopia, angular stomatitis, geographic tongues (often with deep grooves and severe sensitivity), and scrotal dermatitis of varying degrees including sloughing. ❋ Jacobs, Col Eugene (1985)

The disease is probably due to congenital defect aggravated by frequent attacks of glossitis, and the treatment consists in the removal of the protruding portions by the knife, ligation, the cautery, or écraseur. ❋ Unknown (1896)

The disease is probably due to congenital defect aggravated by frequent attacks of glossitis, and the treatment consists in the removal of the protruding portions by the knife, ligation, the cautery, or ecraseur. ❋ Unknown (1896)

Chronic superficial glossitis associated with leucoplakia, and syphilitic fissures, ulcers, or scars, also act as predisposing factors. ❋ Alexander Miles (1893)

The tongue may share in the swelling -- mercurial glossitis. ❋ Alexander Miles (1893)

_ -- Several forms of chronic superficial glossitis are met with. ❋ Alexander Miles (1893)

_Sclerosing glossitis_ is the term applied by Fournier to a condition in which there is an abundant new formation of granulation tissue in the substance of the tongue, leading to the appearance of tuberous masses on the dorsum. ❋ Alexander Miles (1893)

_Sclerosing glossitis_; _Gummas_; _Ulcers and fissures_ -- Tumours: ❋ Alexander Miles (1893)

The _tertiary_ manifestations in the tongue are sclerosing glossitis, gummas, and gummatous ulcers. ❋ Alexander Miles (1893)

Symptoms tachycardia: fast heart rate palpitations: sensation of pounding, beating, fluttering paraesthesia: pins and needles oedema: swelling intermittent claudication: pain in legs whilst walking rhinitis: running nose nasal discharge: snuffles, snotty nose glossitis: a sore tongue menorrhagia: heavy periods ❋ Guest7f7646d (2009)

Other reported gastrointestinal duragesic teens have included remeron celexa (9%), status (4%), vomiting, anorexia, cholecystitis, glossitis, and colitis. ❋ Unknown (2009)

Other reported gastrointestinal comprable vessels have included remeron augmented with buproprion (9%), plasma (4%), vomiting, anorexia, cholecystitis, glossitis, and colitis. ❋ Unknown (2009)

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