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Dec 01, · Unlike most animals, which form ascorbic acid by metabolizing glucose, humans require an exogenous source. Vitamin C occurs primarily in fruits and vegetables, and scurvy develops from inadequate consumption of these sources, usually because of ignorance about proper nutrition, psychiatric disorders, alcoholism, or social isolation. You are an intrepid treasure hunter that has uncovered the whereabouts of what is assumed to be the final resting place of Cap’n Scurvy, legendary scourge of the seas. They say Scurvy was buried with his treasure, but little did anyone know the curse that awaits those who trespass as the spirits of Scurvy and his crew still remain!
Scurvy: a rare case in an adult. Joshi R(1), Gustas-French CN(2), Fanburg-Smith JC(3), Helm KF(4), Flemming D(5). rash ultimately demonstrated distorted hair follicles with perifollicular inflammation and hemorrhage concerning for scurvy. The diagnosis was confirmed by low vitamin C . Scurvy in adults in large centers of population is infrequent but not rare. Outbreaks occurred among both the civil and the military population of certain countries 1 during the World War, but since only reports of a single case or small groups of cases appear in the literature. 2 Öhnell 2 and Shattuck 2 remark that the disease is perhaps more frequent than is supposed and that cases.