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Benign migratory glossitis and allergy.

@article{Barton1982BenignMG,
  title={Benign migratory glossitis and allergy.},
  author={D H Barton and Sheldon Spier and Theodore J. Crovello},
  journal={Pediatric dentistry},
  year={1982},
  volume={4 3},
  pages={
          249-50
        }
}
Over an eighteen month period, 5,466 ch//dren [rom a private pedodontic practice in South Bend, Indiana were examined [or benign migratory glossitis and a//ergies. Diagnosed benign migratory glossitis cases were ~rther analyzed according to sex, race, trod age. Two-way tests o[ independence vsing cbi-sqvare analyses showed a significant relationship between benign migratory glossitis and allergy. Surket said there is a relationship between benign migratory glossitis and allergy.’ This studyis… 
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