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ariboflavinosis a·ri·bo·fla·vin·o·sis (ā-rī'bō-flā'və-nō'sĭs)
A condition caused by a riboflavin deficiency, characterized by chilosis or angular stomatitis and a magenta-colored tongue. Also called hyporiboflavinosis.

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