superficial lingual muscle
An intrinsic muscle of the tongue, running beneath the mucous membrane from base to tip on the back of the tongue.
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Words nearby superficial lingual muscle
superficial epigastric vein, superficial fascia, superficial fascia of perineum, superficial flexor muscle of fingers, superficial inguinal ring, superficial lingual muscle, superficial perineal space, superficial peroneal nerve, superficial reflex, superficial temporal vein, superficial transverse muscle of perineum
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