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Painless injured tongue
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A 7-year-old boy presented with a large painless blister on his tongue (figure 1). His tongue was also noted to be bifid. His mother said that he must have burnt his tongue on hot food or drink.
Further history revealed that he had developed febrile convulsions at 5 months of age. At …
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