Cheilosis



cheilosis chei·lo·sis or chi·lo·sis (kī-lō’sĭs)
n.
A disorder of the lips often due to riboflavin deficiency and other B-complex vitamin deficiencies and characterized by fissures, especially in the corners of the mouth.

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