The median rhomboid glossitis is marked by a smooth, erythematous, shiny, sharply circumscribed, rhomboid shaped plaque with loss of papillae. Though it is usually asymptomatic, a burning or itching is possible. It is commonly located on the dorsal midline of the tongue and 1.5-4 cm in length and 0.5-1 cm in width. It is frequently coincides with candidal infection. Therefore the recommended therapy is topical antifungals.