Barlow disease


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in·fan·tile scur·vy

osteopathia hemorrhagica infantum; a cachectic condition in infants, resulting from malnutrition and marked by pallor, fetid breath, coated tongue, diarrhea, and subperiosteal hemorrhages; probably a combination of scurvy and rickets due to combined deficiency of vitamins C and D.
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in·fan·tile scur·vy

(in'făn-tīl skŭr'vē)
A cachectic condition in infants, resulting from malnutrition and marked by pallor, fetid breath, coated tongue, diarrhea, and subperiosteal hemorrhages; probably a combination of scurvy and rickets due to combined deficiency of vitamins C and D.
Synonym(s): Barlow disease, osteopathia hemorrhagica infantum.
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Barlow,

Sir Thomas, English physician, 1845-1945.
Barlow disease - a cachectic condition in infants, resulting from malnutrition. Synonym(s): infantile scurvy
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in·fan·tile scur·vy

(in'făn-tīl skŭr'vē)
Cachectic condition in infants, resulting from malnutrition and marked by pallor, fetid breath, coated tongue, diarrhea, and subperiosteal hemorrhages.
Synonym(s): Barlow disease, Cheadle disease.
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