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Atrophic Glossitis

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What is Atrophic Glossitis?

Atrophic glossitis is a condition characterized by the inflammation of the tongue, leading to a smooth and glossy appearance due to the loss of papillae on the tongue’s surface.

How does Atrophic Glossitis relate to Celiac Disease?

Atrophic glossitis can be linked to celiac disease through nutritional deficiencies. Malabsorption in celiac disease may result in insufficient intake of nutrients like iron and vitamin B12, contributing to the development of atrophic glossitis.

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