Swollen inflamed gums in scurvy

Swollen inflamed gums in scurvy

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Caption: Scurvy. Clinical photograph of the mouth of a person suffering from scurvy, a disease caused by a deficiency of vitamin C (ascorbic acid), showing swollen and inflamed gums. Scurvy results from a diet that is devoid of fresh fruit & vegetables. Swollen and bleeding gums are initial symptoms and may be followed by bruising of the skin (subcutaneous bleeding) and the opening of previously healed wounds. A prolonged deficiency may cause death. Scurvy responds to treatment with vitamin C.

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Keywords: ascorbic acid deficiency, condition, dietary deficiency, disease, disorder, effect on gums, gum disease, healthcare, in scurvy, medical, medicine, scurvy, vitamin c, vitamin c deficiency

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