Medical Definition of Haemorrhagic scurvy

1. Scurvy with extensive haemorrhages in gums, skin and other tissues, typical of severe stage of the disease. Infantile scurvy, osteopathia haemorrhagia infantum;a cachectic condition in infants, resulting from malnutrition and marked by pallor, fetid breath, coated tongue, diarrhoea, and subperiosteal haemorrhages; probably a combination of scurvy and rickets due to combined deficiency of vitamins C and D. Synonym: Barlow's disease, Cheadle's disease, osteopathia haemorrhagica infantum, scurvy rickets. Land scurvy, formerly, scurvy occurring in people who had not been to sea. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Haemorrhagic Scurvy

haemorrhagic fever virus
haemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome
haemorrhagic gangrene
haemorrhagic glaucoma
haemorrhagic infarct
haemorrhagic iritis
haemorrhagic measles
haemorrhagic metalloproteinase
haemorrhagic nephritis
haemorrhagic pachymeningitis
haemorrhagic pericarditis
haemorrhagic pian
haemorrhagic plague
haemorrhagic pleurisy
haemorrhagic rickets
haemorrhagic scurvy (current term)
haemorrhagic septicaemia
haemorrhagic shock
haemorrhagic smallpox
haemorrhagic stroke
haemorrhoidal nerves
haemorrhoidal plexus
haemorrhoidal veins

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