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References 1. Shulman J, Carpenter W. Prevalence and risk factors associated with geographic tongue among US adults. Oral Dis, 2006;12:381-386. 2. Yarom N, Cantony U, Gorsky M. Prevalence of Fissured Tongue, Geographic Tongue and Median Rhomboid Glossitis among Israeli Adults of Different Ethnic Origins. Dermatology, 2004;209:88-94. 3. Stoopler ET, France K, Ojeda D, Sollecito TP. Benign Migratory Glossitis. J Emerg Med, 2018;54:e9-e10. 4. Dafar A, Çevik-Aras H, Robledo-Sierra J, Mattsson U, Jontell M. Factors associated with geographic tongue and fissured tongue

References ABE T., KOIZUMI K., KOBAYASHI K. 2001: Comparative morphological studies on the lingual papillae and their connective tissue cores in the Swamp wallaby Wallabia bicolor. Jpn J. Oral Biol. 43: 292.309. ABUMANDOUR M.M.A., EL-BAKARY R.M.A. 2013: Morphological and scanning electron microscopic studies of the tongue of the Egyptian fruit bat Rousettus aegyptiacus and their lingual adaptation for its feeding habits. Vet. Res. Commun DOI 10.1007/s11259-013-9567-9. ASAMI Y., ASAMI T., KOBAYASHI K. 1995: Light microscopic and scanning electron microscopic

References Abumandour, M. M. A., El-Bakary, R. M. A. 2013. Morphological and scanning electron microscopic studies of the tongue of the Egyptian fruit bat ( Rousettus aegyptiacus ) and their lingual adaptation for its feeding habits. Vet. Res. Commun., 37 , 229–238. Birt, P., Leslie, S. H., Geoffrey, C. S. 1997. Ecomorphology of the Tongues of Australian Megachiroptera (Chiroptera:Pteropodidae). Aust. J. Zool., 45 , 369–384. Benetti, E. J., Picoli, L. C., Guimaraes, J. P., Motoyama, A. A., Miglino, M. A., Watanabe, L. S. 2009. Characteristics of Filiform

Introduction Anterior open bite (AOB) is defined as the absence of contact of the anterior teeth when the posterior teeth are in contact. 1 , 2 , 3 It was established that heredity and several other factors (thumb and/or finger sucking, lip and tongue posture habits, impaired nasal breathing, and true skeletal growth abnormalities) play an important role in the etiology of this type of malocclusion. 4 , 5 , 6 , 7 The intrinsic vertical gap can cause difficulties in biting and chewing, affects the articulation and has unfavorable aesthetic and psychological

Introduction Squamous cell carcinoma is the commonest pathology of head and neck cancers and represents at least 90% of oral malignancies. 1 The World Health Organization expects a worldwide rising oral squamous cell carcinomas incidence in the next decades. 2 Most important risk factors including tobacco smoking, alcohol consumption and Human papilloma virus infection (HPV). 1 , 2 , 3 Squamous cell carcinoma of the tongue is one of the most critical issue due to rich vascular and lymphatic supply of the tongue. 4 High morbidity is associated regarding


Széchenyi studied the linguistic issue, the problems he faced during his public and literary activities with the caution and precision that characterize him. His inquiry into the question of language is marked by nuanced and precise terminology. The distinction between the notions of mother tongue and national language, as well as multilingualism and plurilingualism, are consistent throughout his work. In his conception, the mother tongue is the variety of a given language that is acquired by the speaker in the most intimate environment and through which he/she is linked with the communicational processes of the language community’s social interactions. The national language in his interpretation is the cultivated variety of the mother tongue, which is the language of public life and that of bourgeois national literature as well. In language use, he propagated the principle of linguistic tolerance. He considered the use of the mother tongue a right of every nation (language community). He recognized Europe’s linguistic and national diversity as a value that must be safeguarded and nurtured.

: Linguistic Society of the Philippines. Dekker, D. E., Duguiang, N. O., & Walter, S. (2008). The bridge to Filipino and English: Third year results of the First Language MLE Program in the Philippines. Paper presented to The 2nd International Conference on Language Development, Language Revitalization, and Multilingual Education in Ethnolinguistic Communities, Bangkok, Thailand. July 1–3, 2008. Retrieved from DepEd Order No. 16, 2012. Guidelines on the Implementation of Mother Tongue

, 1143-1155. 8. Gu, H-Y., Wei, Z-M., Lin, D-L., Zhao, H., Hao F-Y., 2014: Soft tissue perineurioma with peripheral lymphoid cuff of the tongue: a case report and literature review. Int. J. Clin. Exp. Med., 7, 323-326. 9. Halata, Z., Grim, M., Christ, B., 1990: Origin of spinal cord meninges, sheaths of peripheral nerves, and cutaneous receptors including Merkel cells. Anat. Embryol., 182, 529-537. 10. Hirose, T., Scheithauer, B. W., Sano, T., 1998: Perineurial malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumor (MPNST): a clinicopathologic, immunohistochemical, and ultrastructural

References Berna, A. Z., Lammertyn, J., Saevels, S., Natale, C. D., Nicolai, B. M. (2004). Electronic nose systems to study shelf life and cultivar effect on tomato aroma profile. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical , 97 (2-3), 324-333. Beullens, K., Kirsanov, D., Irudayaraj, J., Rudnitskaya, A., Legin, A., Nicolai, B. M., Lammertyn, J. (2006). The electronic tongue and ATR-FTIR for rapid detection of sugars and acids in tomatoes. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical , 116 (1-2), 107-115. Ivarsson, P., Holmin, S., Hojer, N., Krantz-Rulcker, C., Winquist, F. (2001

, Das D, Saha A. Granular cell tumor: An uncommon benign neoplasm. Indian J Dermatol, 2015;60:322. 5. Suchitra G, Tambekar KN, Gopal KP. Abrikossoff’s tumor of tongue: Report of an uncommon lesion. J Oral Maxillofac Pathol, 2014;18:134-136. 6. Suzuki S, Uchida K, Harada T, Nibe K, Yamashita M, Ono K et al: The origin and role of autophagy in the formation of cytoplasmic granules in canine lingual granular cell tumors. Vet Pathol, 2015;52:456-464. 7. Alotaibi O, Al Sheddi M. Neurogenic tumors and tumorlike lesions of the oral and maxillofacial region: A