Classical clinical features of scurvy include tiny peri-follicular hemorrhages (top) and more extensive purpura or ecchymosis (bottom). Extensive sub-periosteal hemorrhage can lead to bone pain and immobility. Normochromic normocytic anemia may also occur. The diagnosis can be confirmed by estimation of leukocyte ascorbic acid concentration.
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