Tongue flap in oral submucous fibrosis
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In all 21 cases have been treated with follow-up of maximum 3 years and minimum 2 months.
Two types of lateral tongue flaps i.e. anteriorly based and posteriorly based are tried.
The relief of trisums in all cases was satisfactory.
No handicap in the form of restricted mobility of tongue or distortion of speech etc. was noted.
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