Case report: exfoliative cheilitis managed with antidepressant medication.

Abstract

Exfoliative cheilitis is an unsightly and uncommon, chronic superficial inflammatory disorder that affects the vermilion zone of the lips. This case report describes the presentation of exfoliative cheilitis in a young man, and his subsequent management with antidepressant medication. The differential diagnosis of chronic exfoliative cheilitis is outlined. 

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