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i got this question right only because when i worked as a med assistant in a derm office before med school, the dermatologist looked at my skin and asked me if i was eating a lot of carrots because my skin looked more orange than usual
yall seent that episode of scrubs where homie eats carrots, peppers and tomato juice? He's orange from his diet and otherwise healthy.
I actually think he might have iron-deficiency anemia that can be described as pallor or "yellowing of the skin." He does not have jaundice (anicteric sclera) Patients who are strict vegans can develop iron deficiency. The best way to correct this is to encourage a dietary change