hyporiboflavinosis

hy·po·ri·bo·fla·vin·o·sis

(hī'pō-rī'bō-flā'vi-nō'sis),
A more accurate term than the more commonly used ariboflavinosis (q.v.).

hy·po·ri·bo·fla·vin·o·sis

(hī'pō-rī'bō-flā-vi-nō'sis)
nutrition A condition produced by a deficiency of riboflavin in the diet, characterized by cheilosis and magenta tongue and usually associated with other manifestations of B vitamin deficiency. A more correct term than the more commonly used ariboflavinosis