Median sulcus of the tongue

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Median sulcus of the tongue
Illu04 tongue.jpg
Tongue
Latinsulcus medianus linguae
Gray'sp.1125
 
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Median sulcus of the tongue
Illu04 tongue.jpg
Tongue
Latinsulcus medianus linguae
Gray'sp.1125

The dorsum of the tongue is convex and marked by a median sulcus, which divides it into symmetrical halves.

This sulcus ends behind, about 2.5 cm. from the root of the organ, in a depression, the foramen cecum, from which a shallow groove, the sulcus terminalis, runs lateralward and forward on either side to the margin of the tongue.

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This article incorporates text from a public domain edition of Gray's Anatomy.