Research Article| Volume 14, ISSUE 7, P877-881, July 1961

Oral and systemic changes in acute adult scurvy

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      Adult scurvy is a specific dietary deficiency disease which is rarely seen nowadays. The very striking oral changes, though not specific, should suggest vitamin C deficiency.
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