Vera Martins

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A 66-year old female patient presented to her family physician an asymptomatic black discoloration of the tongue she noted that day (Fig. 1). There was no other sign associated. The case was presented to another family physician and the diagnosis of lingua villosa nigra 1-5 was established. This patient was a hard smoker and coffee drinker, with(More)
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