In both scurvy and in exudative diathesis eczema and petechial hemorrhages are encountered.
The hair also becomes thin and dry, and there is a tendency for petechial hemorrhages to develop at the roots.
In three instances the animals died, presenting on the ears distinct evidences of the formation of petechial extravasations.
A few days later petechial spots appeared at the site of the eczema.
A petechial eruption was observed, in some instances, between the fourth and seventh days.
In some cases there were petechial spots as well as a stupor.