actinic cheilitis

actinic cheilitis
queilitis actínica.

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  • Actinic cheilitis — Actinic cheilitis, also known as solar cheilitis, is the counterpart of actinic keratosis of the skin and can develop into squamous cell carcinoma. In actinic cheilitis, there is thickening whitish discoloration of the lip at the border of the… …   Wikipedia

  • actinic cheilitis — painful swelling of the lip(s) and development of scaly crust and erosions on the vermilion border after overexposure to sun rays; it may be acute or chronic. Called also solar c …   Medical dictionary

  • Cheilitis — Classification and external resources ICD 10 K13.0 (ILDS K13.090) ICD 9 528.5 …   Wikipedia

  • cheilitis, chilitis — Inflammation of the lips or of a lip. SEE ALSO: cheilosis. [cheil + G. itis, inflammation] actinic c. SYN: solar c.. angular c. inflammation and fissuring radiating from the commissures of the mouth secondary to predisposing factors such as lost… …   Medical dictionary

  • solar cheilitis — actinic c …   Medical dictionary

  • Angular cheilitis — Classification and external resources Affected area within the black oval ICD 10 K …   Wikipedia

  • Miescher granuloma granulomatous cheilitis — Mie·scher granuloma, granulomatous cheilitis (meґsher) [Guido Miescher, Swiss dermatologist, 1877–1961] see granulomatous cheilitis, under cheilitis, and actinic granuloma, under granuloma …   Medical dictionary

  • List of cutaneous conditions — This is an incomplete list, which may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries. See also: Cutaneous conditions, Category:Cutaneous conditions, and ICD 10… …   Wikipedia

  • Erythema ab igne — Classification and external resources Erythema ab igne in a person with chronic abdominal pain who found some relief from the application of heat. ICD 10 L …   Wikipedia

  • Photoaging — or photoageing[1] (also known as Dermatoheliosis [2]) is a term used for the characteristic changes induced by chronic UVA and UVB exposure.[3]:29 Tretinoin is the best studied retinoid in the treatment of photoaging[4] The deterioration of… …   Wikipedia

  • Cutis laxa — Classification and external resources ICD 10 L57.4, Q82.8 (ILDS Q82.816) ICD 9 …   Wikipedia