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1566089195 487 0 0 36 8700768 42568 1 2 2 0 0 590004 80951513019420 18200252945624036380 0 1 590004 257285700861122 649338581995633858 0 33600.000000 36 42000.000000 36 29400.000000 111 Symptoms may occur concurrently with those of Wernicke's encephalopathy , a primarily neurological thiamine-deficiency related condition.]]> Symptoms may occur concurrently with those of Wernicke's encephalopathy , a primarily neurological thiamine-deficiency related condition.]]> deficiency, vitamin A supplements can be taken orally or, if the symptoms are rigorous, parenteral administration can be tried.]]> symptoms of deficiency?]]> deficiency have no symptoms.]]> deficiency and it's symptoms?]]> symptoms of potassium deficiency include weakness, fatigue, muscle cramps and constipation, according to MayoClinic.com.]]> deficiency of methionine can trigger symptoms ranging from elevated cholesterol readings to liver damage.]]> methionine deficiency can produce unpleasant symptoms, consuming excessive levels of the amino acid can produce adverse consequences as well.]]> symptoms which worsened after each pregnancy, suggest a possible autoimmune aetiology of her pituitary ACTH and Prl deficiencies.]]> brain fog thing might be related to B12 deficiency, but I have heard that it can take months before B12 symptoms go away.]]> iron deficiency may have no signs or symptoms or may have features common to all anemias, such as pallor, palpitations, tinnitus, headache, irritability, weakness, dizziness, easy fatigability, and other vague and nonspecific complaints.]]> iron deficiency often develops slowly, circulatory and respiratory adaptations may minimize the signs and symptoms, occasionally with remarkable tolerance of severe anemia.]]> symptoms thought to be relatively specific for iron deficiency, such as pagophagia, koilonychia, and blue sclerae are present.]]> Iron deficiency may also produce signs and symptoms independent of anemia, especially in epithelial tissues that have a high iron requirement because of rapid turnover.]]> deficiency, the symptoms of galactokinase deficiency are relatively mild.]]> 24000.000000 18 Deficiency medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers.]]> Deficiency medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers.]]> Deficiency.]]> Deficiency?]]> Deficiency is a genetic (inherited) condition that may result in serious lung disease in adults and/or liver disease at any age.]]> Deficiency occurs when there is a lack of a protein in the blood called alpha-1 antitrypsin, or AAT.]]> severe liver disease due to Alpha-1-Antitrypsin Deficiency leads to a significant reduction in the hepatic accumulation of ATZ.]]> deficiency is sometimes delayed despite established testing indications.]]> 48000.000000 1 Folate deficiency is a low level of folic acid and derivatives in the body.]]> Folate deficiency is a low level of folic acid and derivatives in the body.]]> folate deficiency are often subtle.]]> Anemia is a late finding in folate deficiency and folate deficiency anemia is the term given for this medical condition.]]> anemia (macrocytic, megaloblastic anemia ) can be a sign of advanced folate deficiency.]]> folate deficiency who become pregnant are more likely to give birth to low birth weight premature infants, and infants with neural tube defects .]]> infants and children, folate deficiency can lead to failure to thrive or slow growth rate, diarrhea , oral ulcers , megaloblastic anemia , neurological deterioration .]]> deficiency in B-12 can generate a large pool of methyl-THF that is unable to undergo reactions and will mimic folate deficiency.]]> required for folate absorption, and thereby leading to folate deficiency.]]> anemia caused by folate deficiency.]]> folate deficiency.]]> 48000.000000 3 Thiamine deficiency is a medical condition of low levels of thiamine (vitamin B1).]]> Thiamine deficiency is a medical condition of low levels of thiamine (vitamin B1).]]> Thiamine deficiency is rare in the United States.]]> Thiamine deficiency has been described for thousands of years in Asia and became more common in the late 1800s with the increased processing of rice.]]> thiamine deficiency?]]> thiamine deficiency, who reported starting treatments within the last 5 years.]]> 45600.000000 27 magnesium, because the family doctor suggested that it may be magnesium deficiency, so I take a very long time that magnesium and palpitations is strongly decreased, but it still appears.]]> magnesium, because the family doctor suggested that it may be magnesium deficiency, so I take a very long time that magnesium and palpitations is strongly decreased, but it still appears.]]> Magnesium deficiency and cardiac disorders.]]> 25200.000000 209 severe hyperammonemia observed in other urea cycle defects is rarely observed in patients with arginase deficiency for at least 2 identifiable reasons.]]> severe hyperammonemia observed in other urea cycle defects is rarely observed in patients with arginase deficiency for at least 2 identifiable reasons.]]> diagnosis earlier this year I found out that I had a severe B12 deficiency, my levels came back at 137 the first test.]]> severe iron deficiency anemia can produce cardiorespiratory failure and may need urgent management.]]> deficiency of galactose-1-phosphate uridyltransferase, galactokinase deficiency does not present with severe manifestations in early infancy.]]> 19800.000000 195 24000.000000 36 Iron deficiency, the most common nutritional deficiency worldwide, has negative effects on work capacity and on motor and mental development in infants, children, and adolescents, and maternal iron deficiency anemia might cause low birthweight and preterm delivery ( 1--3 ).]]> Iron deficiency, the most common nutritional deficiency worldwide, has negative effects on work capacity and on motor and mental development in infants, children, and adolescents, and maternal iron deficiency anemia might cause low birthweight and preterm delivery ( 1--3 ).]]> iron deficiency is more common in developing countries, a significant prevalence was observed in the United States during the early 1990s among certain populations, such as toddlers and females of childbearing age ( 4 ).]]> iron deficiency in these vulnerable populations by 3--4 percentage points (objective no. 19-12) ( 5 ).]]> iron deficiency in the United States ( 6 ).]]> iron deficiency and iron deficiency anemia by applying a multiple-indicator model to data from the 1999--2000 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES 1999--2000).]]> iron deficiency remains 2--5 percentage points above the 2010 national health objectives.]]> iron deficiency, vulnerable populations should be encouraged to eat iron-rich foods and breast-feed or use iron-fortified formula for infants.]]> iron deficiency was an abnormal value for at least two of the following three indicators: serum ferritin, transferrin saturation, and free erythrocyte protoporphyrin.]]> iron deficiency and a low hemoglobin value were considered to have iron deficiency anemia ( 4 ).]]> iron deficiency was greatest among toddlers aged 1--2 years (7%) and adolescent and adult females aged 12--49 years (9%--16%) ( Table 1 ).]]> iron deficiency was similar in NHANES III and NHANES 1999--2000 in most age and sex groups ( Table 1 ).]]> iron deficiency anemia was examined for the populations in which iron deficiency was most common in NHANES 1999--2000 ( Table 2 ).]]> Iron deficiency is a decrease in total body iron that can be considered to have three successive stages of severity.]]> iron deficiency without anemia, the stage where lack of iron limits the production of hemoglobin and other iron-requiring metabolites, but before the standards used to distinguish normal from anemic states detect the effect on red-cell production.]]> iron-deficiency anemia.]]> Iron deficiency is the most common cause of anemia in the United States and worldwide.]]> Anemia is often the first sign of iron deficiency, but is neither a sensitive or specific indicator, especially in patients with coexisting infectious, inflammatory, or malignant disorders and in those treated with erythropoiesis stimulating agents.]]> diagnosis of iron deficiency.]]> iron deficiency, the most important tasks are to identify and to treat the underlying cause of the decrease in body iron.]]> iron deficiency.]]> iron deficiency.]]> infants, children, and adolescents, iron deficiency develops when iron requirements for growth surpass the supply from stores and diet.]]> Iron deficiency is infrequently caused by impaired absorption of iron alone and is rarely the result of genetic disorders.]]> iron deficiency is seldom urgent and almost always best begun after the underlying cause has been identified.]]> iron deficiency anemia influence the presentation.]]> Manifestations of the underlying cause of iron deficiency, such as a source of blood loss, may be evident and help guide further evaluation.]]> iron deficiency is called the Plummer-Vinson or Paterson-Kelly syndrome.]]> manifestations of iron deficiency include diminished immunity and resistance to infection, decreased physical endurance and work capacity, and impairments in attention, concentration, and other cognitive functions, along with a variety of behavioral and neuropsychological abnormalities, especially in infants and children.]]> diagnosis iron deficiency and how should you interpret the results?]]> iron deficiency produces a characteristic sequence of changes in readily available laboratory studies.]]> 28800.000000 1 28800.000000 1 19200.000000 163 deficiency syndrome due to mutations in the CD19 gene.]]> deficiency syndrome due to mutations in the CD19 gene.]]> 18600.000000 118 deficiency causes an abnormality in neutrophil oxidation of dihydrorhodamine (DHR), the dye used in the flow cytometric diagnosis of chronic granulomatous disease (CGD).]]> deficiency causes an abnormality in neutrophil oxidation of dihydrorhodamine (DHR), the dye used in the flow cytometric diagnosis of chronic granulomatous disease (CGD).]]> deficiency will give a false diagnosis of CGD.]]> diagnosis of disease Myeloperoxidase Deficiency?]]> 21600.000000 30 maternal iodine deficiency and cognitive development of their children.]]> maternal iodine deficiency and cognitive development of their children.]]> 15600.000000 257 deficiency of folate can occur when the body's need for folate is increased, when dietary intake or absorption of folate is inadequate, or when the body excretes (or loses) more folate than usual.]]> deficiency of folate can occur when the body's need for folate is increased, when dietary intake or absorption of folate is inadequate, or when the body excretes (or loses) more folate than usual.]]> deficiency was estimated to occur in 1 per 40,000 births.]]> deficiency can occur from a variety of possible causes.]]> deficiency can occur as a result of inadequate intake of foods that contain potassium.]]> Vitamin B1, deficiency can occur in individuals with poor quality diets that are deficient in many nutrients.]]> 15600.000000 217 methionine ) as in vitamin B12 deficiency , whereas methylmalonic acid is normal (elevated in vitamin B12 deficiency and vitamin B6 deficiency ).]]> methionine ) as in vitamin B12 deficiency , whereas methylmalonic acid is normal (elevated in vitamin B12 deficiency and vitamin B6 deficiency ).]]> Vitamin A deficiency can result from insufficient intake of vitamin A rich foods, a liver disorder, or fat malabsorption.]]> vitamin A deficiency are listed below.]]> vitamin A deficiency prevails for a long period of time, it may lead to swelling and irritation of the eyes and poor vision.]]> Vitamin A deficiency can cause hair dryness, hair loss, and hair thinning.]]> vitamin A deficiency.]]> vitamin A deficiency.]]> vitamin A deficiency.]]> Deficiency of vitamin A can have a harsh effect on the health of nails, as this vitamin provides the body nutrients and proteins for development.]]> Deficiency of vitamin A may cause trouble in meting out the protein requirement, resulting in hangnails and weak nails.]]> vitamin A and its deficiency can result in nail vulnerability, nail softening, and nail peeling.]]> vitamin A deficiency.]]> Vitamin D deficiency?]]> Vitamin D Deficiency - I had low levels of the vitamin D, 25 hydroxy, 9ng/mL in D3 and D, D2 was at?]]> 31200.000000 1 autosomal recessive trait, arginase deficiency equally affects both genders.]]> autosomal recessive trait, arginase deficiency equally affects both genders.]]> deficiency, also known as Galactosemia type 2 or GALK deficiency, is an autosomal recessive metabolic disorder marked by an accumulation of galactose and galactitol secondary to the decreased conversion of galactose to galactose-1-phosphate by galactokinase.]]> deficiency is an autosomal recessive disorder, which means the defective gene responsible for the disorder is located on an autosome (chromosome 17 is an autosome), and two copies of the defective gene (one inherited from each parent) are required in order to be born with the disorder.]]> 31200.000000 7 methionine deficiency on the liver, a team of researchers at the University of Kentucky Medical Center conducted an animal study in which they fed lab rats diets that were either very low or totally lacking in methionine.]]> methionine deficiency on the liver, a team of researchers at the University of Kentucky Medical Center conducted an animal study in which they fed lab rats diets that were either very low or totally lacking in methionine.]]> methionine deficiency plays in the development of steatohepatitis, also known as fatty liver.]]> deficiency of methionine can increase the susceptibility of lipids to peroxidation, a process in which free radicals steal electrons from lipids in cell membranes, causing cell damage.]]> deficiency of methionine, can lead to an elevated risk of atherosclerosis through increased circulating cholesterol and increased lipid susceptibility to peroxidation.]]> deficiency of methionine leads to reduced levels of SAM and an increased risk of depression.]]> 28800.000000 21 9000.000000 195 24000.000000 1 folic acid deficiency during pregnancy on development are well known.]]> folic acid deficiency during pregnancy on development are well known.]]> folic acid deficiency caused the diverse range of health problems in offspring.]]> folic acid deficiency impacted development, thereby causing developmental problems.]]> folic acid and, when mutated, causes similar effects to dietary folic acid deficiency.]]> 24000.000000 8 morbidity associated with arginase deficiency is high, but the rarity of the condition makes citing statistics impossible.]]> morbidity associated with arginase deficiency is high, but the rarity of the condition makes citing statistics impossible.]]> morbidity of undiagnosed primary carnitine deficiency, this condition has been included in the expanded newborn screening program in several states within the United States.]]> 24000.000000 5 24000.000000 1 12000.000000 108 14400.000000 73 deficiency is more common in pregnant women, infants, children, and adolescents.]]> deficiency is more common in pregnant women, infants, children, and adolescents.]]> 14400.000000 55 manifestations may help me to diagnose myeloperoxidase deficiency?]]> manifestations may help me to diagnose myeloperoxidase deficiency?]]> 10200.000000 116 deficiency of arginase type I in the liver.]]> deficiency of arginase type I in the liver.]]> 4800.000000 57 16800.000000 1 10800.000000 213 deficiency appears to be relatively infrequent, but reliable statistics are not available.]]> deficiency appears to be relatively infrequent, but reliable statistics are not available.]]> 15600.000000 50 incidence of arginase deficiency cannot be cited because of the absence of any population screening data.]]> incidence of arginase deficiency cannot be cited because of the absence of any population screening data.]]> 15600.000000 47 7200.000000 65 9000.000000 100 adverse effect of arginase-1 deficiency on level 5 cortical motor neurons, as well as diminished synaptic transmission in a neonatal mouse model, recoverable by gene therapy.]]> adverse effect of arginase-1 deficiency on level 5 cortical motor neurons, as well as diminished synaptic transmission in a neonatal mouse model, recoverable by gene therapy.]]> 8400.000000 186 12000.000000 72 deficiency: two defects in the same complex leading to different disease modalities.]]> deficiency: two defects in the same complex leading to different disease modalities.]]> 12000.000000 48 7200.000000 45 defect in homocysteine methyltransferase or a deficiency of B-12 may lead to a so-called "methyl-trap" of tetrahydrofolate (THF), in which THF is converted to a reservoir of methyl-THF which thereafter has no way of being metabolized, and serves as a sink of THF that causes a subsequent deficiency in folate.]]> defect in homocysteine methyltransferase or a deficiency of B-12 may lead to a so-called "methyl-trap" of tetrahydrofolate (THF), in which THF is converted to a reservoir of methyl-THF which thereafter has no way of being metabolized, and serves as a sink of THF that causes a subsequent deficiency in folate.]]> deficiency is the most common phagocyte defect, but causes very little in the way of clinical disease.]]> 10800.000000 68 deficiency can usually be successfully treated with oral supplementation of potassium.]]> deficiency can usually be successfully treated with oral supplementation of potassium.]]> 6600.000000 100 Deficiency.]]> Deficiency.]]> 9600.000000 120 4800.000000 52 Deficiency and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).]]> Deficiency and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).]]> 2580.000000 1652 deficiency is thought to be the least common of the urea cycle disorders.]]> deficiency is thought to be the least common of the urea cycle disorders.]]> 9000.000000 86 8400.000000 62 8400.000000 38 deficiency is a metabolic state in which carnitine concentrations in plasma and tissues are less than the levels required for normal function of the organism.]]> deficiency is a metabolic state in which carnitine concentrations in plasma and tissues are less than the levels required for normal function of the organism.]]> deficiency, which is caused by other metabolic disorders (eg, fatty acid oxidation disorders, organic acidemias), carnitine depletion may be secondary to the formation of acylcarnitine adducts and the inhibition of carnitine transport in renal cells by acylcarnitines.]]> 5400.000000 246 deficiency should be ruled out in patients with clinical signs of humoral immunodeficiency, hypogammaglobulinemia, and a decrease in class-switched memory B cells.]]> deficiency should be ruled out in patients with clinical signs of humoral immunodeficiency, hypogammaglobulinemia, and a decrease in class-switched memory B cells.]]> 7800.000000 129 7800.000000 91 7200.000000 161 deficiency, also referred to as hypokalemia, occurs when the body does not contain enough potassium to properly carry out its functions.]]> deficiency, also referred to as hypokalemia, occurs when the body does not contain enough potassium to properly carry out its functions.]]> 2280.000000 337 deficiency, as compared with patients with other urea cycle disorders, suggests a specific pathogenic mechanism at the CNS level, apart from the generalized toxicity of hyperammonemia.]]> deficiency, as compared with patients with other urea cycle disorders, suggests a specific pathogenic mechanism at the CNS level, apart from the generalized toxicity of hyperammonemia.]]> 6000.000000 93 6000.000000 21 6000.000000 147 6000.000000 180 3600.000000 230 1980.000000 2362 1620.000000 729 deficiency (restricted to muscle) is characterized by depletion of carnitine levels in muscle with normal serum concentrations.]]> deficiency (restricted to muscle) is characterized by depletion of carnitine levels in muscle with normal serum concentrations.]]> deficiency because immature renal tubular function combined with impaired carnitine biosynthesis renders them strictly dependent on exogenous supplies to maintain normal plasma carnitine levels.]]> deficiency.]]> Deficiency in CuZnSOD results in increased levels of vascular O 2 − and peroxynitrite (ONOO − ) and subsequently impaired endothelium-dependent relaxation in large arteries and microvessels, as well as hypertrophy of cerebral arterioles.]]> 1620.000000 7974 1620.000000 849 4800.000000 40 Deficiency -230200 Holton JB (1990).]]> Deficiency -230200 Holton JB (1990).]]> 4800.000000 45 4800.000000 73 deficiency in 2 siblings with recurrent respiratory infections and hypogammaglobulinemia.]]> deficiency in 2 siblings with recurrent respiratory infections and hypogammaglobulinemia.]]> 2280.000000 1128 1680.000000 5018 4200.000000 216 deficiency is caused by compound heterozygous or homozygous mutations in the CD21 gene.]]> deficiency is caused by compound heterozygous or homozygous mutations in the CD21 gene.]]> 4200.000000 124 deficiency can be corrected with an increase in potassium intake through the diet as well as supplementation.]]> deficiency can be corrected with an increase in potassium intake through the diet as well as supplementation.]]> 4200.000000 121 4200.000000 87 deficiency are almost exclusively seen in the setting of diabetes mellitus, for reasons still poorly understood.]]> deficiency are almost exclusively seen in the setting of diabetes mellitus, for reasons still poorly understood.]]> 1440.000000 382 1320.000000 3911 deficiency.]]> deficiency.]]> 1620.000000 323 1080.000000 5018 780.000000 3984 Deficiency?]]> Deficiency?]]> 1140.000000 1401 1380.000000 1294 deficiency by directly impairing renal tubular reabsorption of carnitine.]]> deficiency by directly impairing renal tubular reabsorption of carnitine.]]> 1320.000000 1184 1200.000000 3984 Deficiency I have to get 2 more shots but also have to take Mentx (spelled it wrong) for the rest of my life.]]> Deficiency I have to get 2 more shots but also have to take Mentx (spelled it wrong) for the rest of my life.]]> 2400.000000 297 2400.000000 147 2400.000000 145 2400.000000 130 720.000000 849 1080.000000 488 841.000000 2340 1400.000000 327 1020.000000 5540 1020.000000 3206 1020.000000 1359 1320.000000 363 780.000000 1005 1260.000000 3244 1200.000000 445 deficiency?]]> deficiency?]]> deficiency, what therapies should you initiate immediately?]]> 1080.000000 4966 900.000000 2354 900.000000 721 900.000000 479 660.000000 3356 deficiency may be prone to presenile cataracts at 20-50 years of age.]]> deficiency may be prone to presenile cataracts at 20-50 years of age.]]> <![CDATA[Folate deficiency - Wikipedia]]> 0 90185 254201099074 628095.125000 1545440477 1517796807 979194653 en
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  • For a long time I've got problems with heart palpitations, so I started to ingest magnesium, because the family doctor suggested that it may be magnesium deficiency, so I take a very long time that magnesium and palpitations is strongly decreased, but it still appears. (medhelp.org)
1566089195 109 1 0 36 8700768 326799 1 2 2 0 0 590004 80951513019420 18200252945624036380 0 1 590004 257285700861122 649338581995633858 0 97200.000000 36 deficiency blocks the regeneration of the mucosal barriers, resulting in increased susceptibility of infections.]]> deficiency blocks the regeneration of the mucosal barriers, resulting in increased susceptibility of infections.]]> deficiency can result from insufficient intake of vitamin A rich foods, a liver disorder, or fat malabsorption.]]> deficiency are listed below.]]> deficiency prevails for a long period of time, it may lead to swelling and irritation of the eyes and poor vision.]]> deficiency can cause hair dryness, hair loss, and hair thinning.]]> deficiency.]]> deficiency.]]> deficiency.]]> deficiency.]]> 48000.000000 1 35400.000000 195 27600.000000 209 Severe factor XII deficiency is a very rare condition and is not well known, even among health professionals.]]> Severe factor XII deficiency is a very rare condition and is not well known, even among health professionals.]]> severe factor XII deficiency, both parents must be carriers.]]> severe factor XII deficiency, a 1 in 2 chance that a child will be a carrier and a 1 in 4 chance that a child will not be affected.]]> severe factor XII deficiency has children with a non-carrier.]]> deficiency varies among these groups - it tends to be milder in those of African heritage and more severe in people of Mediterranean descent.]]> Severe iodine deficiency, particularly during gestation and in the first months following birth, can result in cretinism .]]> deficiency in untreated individuals is characterized by episodic hyperammonemia of variable degree that is infrequently severe enough to be life threatening or to cause death.]]> deficiency usually progresses to severe spasticity, loss of ambulation, complete loss of bowel and bladder control, and severe intellectual disability.]]> gestation, the value of free carnitine showed a severe deficiency (3.58 μ mol).]]> deficiency of galactose-1-phosphate uridyltransferase, galactokinase deficiency does not present with severe manifestations in early infancy.]]> 48000.000000 3 Thiamine deficiency is a medical condition of low levels of thiamine (vitamin B1).]]> Thiamine deficiency is a medical condition of low levels of thiamine (vitamin B1).]]> Thiamine deficiency is rare in the United States.]]> Thiamine deficiency has been described for thousands of years in Asia and became more common in the late 1800s with the increased processing of rice.]]> Symptoms may occur concurrently with those of Wernicke's encephalopathy , a primarily neurological thiamine-deficiency related condition.]]> thiamine deficiency, through this article.]]> 48000.000000 1 Immunoglobulin deficiency syndromes are a group of disorders that involve defects of any component of the immune system or a defect of another system that affects the immune system, leading to an increased incidence or severity of infection.]]> Immunoglobulin deficiency syndromes are a group of disorders that involve defects of any component of the immune system or a defect of another system that affects the immune system, leading to an increased incidence or severity of infection.]]> immunoglobulin deficiency syndromes are caused by bacterial organisms or microbes.]]> Immunoglobulin deficiency syndromes are primary immunodeficiency diseases.]]> Immunoglobulin Deficiency - symptoms of deficiency?]]> immunoglobulin) deficiency have no symptoms.]]> Immunoglobulin Deficiency - Is ivig safe and how long do I have to use it?]]> 25600.000000 222 16800.000000 195 36000.000000 10 iodine deficiency and is it dangerous?]]> iodine deficiency and is it dangerous?]]> symptoms, and complications of iodine deficiency.]]> iodine deficiency limits the ability of the thyroid to make hormones, causing hypothyroidism.]]> iodine deficiency.]]> iodine deficiency is unexpected weight gain.]]> iodine deficiency.]]> iodine deficiency, they may feel weak.]]> iodine deficiency.]]> iodine deficiency.]]> iodine deficiency.]]> iodine deficiency.]]> iodine deficiency is the most common cause of thyroid disease .]]> Iodine deficiency is most prevalent in persons living in mountainous areas, where the soil and therefore the food and water contain very small amounts of iodine.]]> iodine deficiency have only very mild hypothyroidism , which is a decrease in thyroid hormone production that is characterized by symptoms of dry skin, hair loss, a puffy face, weakness, weight increase, fatigue , and mental sluggishness.]]> iodine deficiency typically have diffuse goitre, which will decrease in size if iodine intake is increased.]]> iodine deficiency is most simply accomplished by eating seafood regularly or by using iodized table salt .]]> 24000.000000 1 deficiency is an autosomal recessive disorder, which means the defective gene responsible for the disorder is located on an autosome (chromosome 17 is an autosome), and two copies of the defective gene (one inherited from each parent) are required in order to be born with the disorder.]]> deficiency is an autosomal recessive disorder, which means the defective gene responsible for the disorder is located on an autosome (chromosome 17 is an autosome), and two copies of the defective gene (one inherited from each parent) are required in order to be born with the disorder.]]> 19200.000000 36 condition called systemic primary carnitine deficiency (SPCD).]]> condition called systemic primary carnitine deficiency (SPCD).]]> 24000.000000 1 deficiency , whereas methylmalonic acid is normal (elevated in vitamin B12 deficiency and vitamin B6 deficiency ).]]> deficiency , whereas methylmalonic acid is normal (elevated in vitamin B12 deficiency and vitamin B6 deficiency ).]]> 22800.000000 14 38400.000000 1 OMIM) Galactokinase Deficiency -230200 Holton JB (1990).]]> OMIM) Galactokinase Deficiency -230200 Holton JB (1990).]]> 36000.000000 1 12000.000000 186 deficiency, the most common nutritional deficiency worldwide, has negative effects on work capacity and on motor and mental development in infants, children, and adolescents, and maternal iron deficiency anemia might cause low birthweight and preterm delivery ( 1--3 ).]]> deficiency, the most common nutritional deficiency worldwide, has negative effects on work capacity and on motor and mental development in infants, children, and adolescents, and maternal iron deficiency anemia might cause low birthweight and preterm delivery ( 1--3 ).]]> deficiency and iron deficiency anemia by applying a multiple-indicator model to data from the 1999--2000 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES 1999--2000).]]> deficiency and a low hemoglobin value were considered to have iron deficiency anemia ( 4 ).]]> deficiency anemia was examined for the populations in which iron deficiency was most common in NHANES 1999--2000 ( Table 2 ).]]> 13200.000000 216 deficiency is caused by an abnormal gene.]]> deficiency is caused by an abnormal gene.]]> defective gene in factor XII deficiency is on a chromosome that does not decide the sex of the child.]]> gene responsible for this deficiency is on the X chromosome.]]> deficiency ( 5-ARD ) is an autosomal recessive intersex condition caused by a mutation of the 5-alpha reductase type 2 gene .]]> deficiency is caused by compound heterozygous or homozygous mutations in the CD21 gene.]]> deficiency syndrome due to mutations in the CD19 gene.]]> 9160.000000 382 deficiency of B-12 may lead to a so-called "methyl-trap" of tetrahydrofolate (THF), in which THF is converted to a reservoir of methyl-THF which thereafter has no way of being metabolized, and serves as a sink of THF that causes a subsequent deficiency in folate.]]> deficiency of B-12 may lead to a so-called "methyl-trap" of tetrahydrofolate (THF), in which THF is converted to a reservoir of methyl-THF which thereafter has no way of being metabolized, and serves as a sink of THF that causes a subsequent deficiency in folate.]]> deficiency, blood tests usually are done to confirm the diagnosis and to rule out other possible causes of the anemia.]]> causes behind vitamin D deficiency.]]> causes and symptoms occurring due to the deficiency of this vital vitamin.]]> deficiency goes back to almost hundred years, when it was found that it causes pernicious anemia.]]> Deficiency of vitamin D causes rickets (in children), osteomalacia, and osteoporosis (in adults).]]> causes and symptoms of vitamin and mineral deficiencies.]]> deficiency can have multiple causes.]]> causes vitamin B 12 deficiency?]]> 15000.000000 186 Anemia is a late finding in folate deficiency and folate deficiency anemia is the term given for this medical condition.]]> Anemia is a late finding in folate deficiency and folate deficiency anemia is the term given for this medical condition.]]> anemia (macrocytic, megaloblastic anemia ) can be a sign of advanced folate deficiency.]]> deficiency can lead to failure to thrive or slow growth rate, diarrhea , oral ulcers , megaloblastic anemia , neurological deterioration .]]> anemia caused by folate deficiency.]]> deficiency can cause hemolytic anemia , usually after exposure to certain medications, foods, or even infections.]]> deficiency don't have any symptoms, while others develop symptoms of anemia only after RBCs have been destroyed, a condition called hemolysis .]]> deficiency leads to chronic anemia .]]> 13800.000000 93 26400.000000 43 24000.000000 1 24000.000000 1 23400.000000 28 23400.000000 14 15000.000000 50 Genetic CD21 Deficiency.]]> Genetic CD21 Deficiency.]]> deficiency is caused by a genetic fault passed on to a child by their parents (see below).]]> 22400.000000 55 carriers of galactokinase deficiency may be prone to presenile cataracts at 20-50 years of age.]]> carriers of galactokinase deficiency may be prone to presenile cataracts at 20-50 years of age.]]> 3720.000000 7974 search on the term "Lactase Deficiency.]]> search on the term "Lactase Deficiency.]]> 21600.000000 30 maternal carnitine levels showed a deficiency as well.]]> maternal carnitine levels showed a deficiency as well.]]> deficiency and maternal deficiency [ 5 - 7 ].]]> 20400.000000 25 9600.000000 130 deficiency is an inherited coagulation protein deficiency disorder.]]> deficiency is an inherited coagulation protein deficiency disorder.]]> deficiency, also known as Galactosemia type 2 or GALK deficiency, is an autosomal recessive metabolic disorder marked by an accumulation of galactose and galactitol secondary to the decreased conversion of galactose to galactose-1-phosphate by galactokinase.]]> 9600.000000 217 deficiency in this vital vitamin can cause some pretty scary consequences, ranging from night blindness to scaly skin and stunted growth.]]> deficiency in this vital vitamin can cause some pretty scary consequences, ranging from night blindness to scaly skin and stunted growth.]]> 12600.000000 204 3360.000000 849 deficiency is an inherited condition in which the body doesn't have enough of the enzyme glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase, or G6PD, which helps red blood cells (RBCs) function normally.]]> deficiency is an inherited condition in which the body doesn't have enough of the enzyme glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase, or G6PD, which helps red blood cells (RBCs) function normally.]]> deficiency , condition in which chlorine is insufficient or is not utilized properly.]]> condition resulting from the absence or deficiency of LACTASE in the MUCOSA cells of the GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT, and the inability to break down LACTOSE in milk for ABSORPTION.]]> deficiency is caused by an underlying condition or a medication (see below), your symptoms may improve by treating the cause or by using an different medicine.]]> 18400.000000 5 12000.000000 118 18000.000000 10 16800.000000 1 deficiency was similar in NHANES III and NHANES 1999--2000 in most age and sex groups ( Table 1 ).]]> deficiency was similar in NHANES III and NHANES 1999--2000 in most age and sex groups ( Table 1 ).]]> 8400.000000 49 15600.000000 48 deficiency was an abnormal value for at least two of the following three indicators: serum ferritin, transferrin saturation, and free erythrocyte protoporphyrin.]]> deficiency was an abnormal value for at least two of the following three indicators: serum ferritin, transferrin saturation, and free erythrocyte protoporphyrin.]]> 15600.000000 47 deficiency is more common in pregnant women, infants, children, and adolescents.]]> deficiency is more common in pregnant women, infants, children, and adolescents.]]> 15600.000000 69 deficiency can have serious complications, supplementation with carnitine is advised.]]> deficiency can have serious complications, supplementation with carnitine is advised.]]> 14000.000000 132 deficiencies.]]> deficiencies.]]> 6600.000000 87 deficiency in 2 siblings with recurrent respiratory infections and hypogammaglobulinemia.]]> deficiency in 2 siblings with recurrent respiratory infections and hypogammaglobulinemia.]]> 12600.000000 40 deficiency can result in beriberi, amnesia, and several other medical conditions.]]> deficiency can result in beriberi, amnesia, and several other medical conditions.]]> 12000.000000 56 deficiency, one of these genes has a defect.]]> deficiency, one of these genes has a defect.]]> deficiency is passed along in genes from one or both parents to a child.]]> 12000.000000 72 deficiency who become pregnant are more likely to give birth to low birth weight premature infants, and infants with neural tube defects .]]> deficiency who become pregnant are more likely to give birth to low birth weight premature infants, and infants with neural tube defects .]]> deficiency: two defects in the same complex leading to different disease modalities.]]> 12000.000000 163 12000.000000 38 12000.000000 204 deficiency increases the risk of this type of cancer, but there is no advantage to taking more than the AI level.]]> deficiency increases the risk of this type of cancer, but there is no advantage to taking more than the AI level.]]> 12000.000000 48 7200.000000 288 7200.000000 115 deficiency should be ruled out in patients with clinical signs of humoral immunodeficiency, hypogammaglobulinemia, and a decrease in class-switched memory B cells.]]> deficiency should be ruled out in patients with clinical signs of humoral immunodeficiency, hypogammaglobulinemia, and a decrease in class-switched memory B cells.]]> deficiency may lead to disruption of DNA and cell metabolism and thus have serious clinical consequences.]]> deficiency is relatively common, with important and variable clinical consequences.]]> 3600.000000 59 3000.000000 1652 deficiency is most common in males of African heritage.]]> deficiency is most common in males of African heritage.]]> deficiency is more common in developing countries, a significant prevalence was observed in the United States during the early 1990s among certain populations, such as toddlers and females of childbearing age ( 4 ).]]> 6480.000000 288 9600.000000 213 deficiency, the symptoms of galactokinase deficiency are relatively mild.]]> deficiency, the symptoms of galactokinase deficiency are relatively mild.]]> 2400.000000 130 9000.000000 230 symptoms of G6PD deficiency usually disappear fairly quickly, typically within a few weeks.]]> symptoms of G6PD deficiency usually disappear fairly quickly, typically within a few weeks.]]> 8400.000000 44 4200.000000 235 deficiency can lead to some serious.]]> deficiency can lead to some serious.]]> 5400.000000 246 deficiency are often subtle.]]> deficiency are often subtle.]]> 5400.000000 130 7800.000000 233 Deficiency of this vitamin leads to bone and joint pain, muscle pain, weakening and softening of bones, etc.]]> Deficiency of this vitamin leads to bone and joint pain, muscle pain, weakening and softening of bones, etc.]]> deficiency symptoms in women.]]> 7800.000000 136 7800.000000 129 small intestine, such as Crohn's disease , coeliac disease , chronic enteritis or entero-enteric fistulae, may reduce the activity of pteroyl polyglutamase (PPGH), a specific hydrolase required for folate absorption, and thereby leading to folate deficiency.]]> small intestine, such as Crohn's disease , coeliac disease , chronic enteritis or entero-enteric fistulae, may reduce the activity of pteroyl polyglutamase (PPGH), a specific hydrolase required for folate absorption, and thereby leading to folate deficiency.]]> 7800.000000 82 1901.000000 2340 deficiency has children with another carrier.]]> deficiency has children with another carrier.]]> 2520.000000 674 deficiency is a rare inherited coagulation factor deficiency.]]> deficiency is a rare inherited coagulation factor deficiency.]]> deficiency can lead to serious health problems.]]> 7200.000000 267 7200.000000 147 7200.000000 146 1920.000000 2509 6400.000000 217 6120.000000 302 deficiency, vulnerable populations should be encouraged to eat iron-rich foods and breast-feed or use iron-fortified formula for infants.]]> deficiency, vulnerable populations should be encouraged to eat iron-rich foods and breast-feed or use iron-fortified formula for infants.]]> 1740.000000 1401 deficiency under supplementation was followed throughout her pregnancy.]]> deficiency under supplementation was followed throughout her pregnancy.]]> deficiency.]]> 6000.000000 257 deficiency of folate can occur when the body's need for folate is increased, when dietary intake or absorption of folate is inadequate, or when the body excretes (or loses) more folate than usual.]]> deficiency of folate can occur when the body's need for folate is increased, when dietary intake or absorption of folate is inadequate, or when the body excretes (or loses) more folate than usual.]]> 6000.000000 207 6000.000000 102 deficiency.]]> deficiency.]]> 6000.000000 130 5280.000000 250 deficiency in B-12 can generate a large pool of methyl-THF that is unable to undergo reactions and will mimic folate deficiency.]]> deficiency in B-12 can generate a large pool of methyl-THF that is unable to undergo reactions and will mimic folate deficiency.]]> 5100.000000 343 2000.000000 740 4800.000000 73 2280.000000 1128 1440.000000 1294 deficiency is directed towards the underlying cause.]]> deficiency is directed towards the underlying cause.]]> Deficiency of vitamin A may cause trouble in meting out the protein requirement, resulting in hangnails and weak nails.]]> 1680.000000 1359 deficiency can result in nail vulnerability, nail softening, and nail peeling.]]> deficiency can result in nail vulnerability, nail softening, and nail peeling.]]> 4200.000000 109 deficiency can affect females as well as males.]]> deficiency can affect females as well as males.]]> 4200.000000 109 4200.000000 124 4200.000000 97 deficiency go undiagnosed until a child develops symptoms.]]> deficiency go undiagnosed until a child develops symptoms.]]> deficiency of vitamin D and inadequate exposure to sunlight.]]> 4200.000000 129 4200.000000 140 1020.000000 5018 1500.000000 5540 deficiency is a low level of folic acid and derivatives in the body.]]> deficiency is a low level of folic acid and derivatives in the body.]]> Deficiency of vitamin A can have a harsh effect on the health of nails, as this vitamin provides the body nutrients and proteins for development.]]> 1740.000000 982 deficiency can lead a healthy and active life.]]> deficiency can lead a healthy and active life.]]> deficiency.]]> deficiency can lead to a lot of health problems that you should be aware of.]]> deficiency is one of the three inborn errors of metabolism that lead to hypergalactosemia.]]> 1680.000000 1063 1680.000000 1155 deficiency is usually passed on to a child by their parents (inherited) and is present from birth, although sometimes it can develop later in life.]]> deficiency is usually passed on to a child by their parents (inherited) and is present from birth, although sometimes it can develop later in life.]]> deficiency isn't usually anything to be concerned about.]]> 3300.000000 237 deficiency is generally a lack of something.]]> deficiency is generally a lack of something.]]> 1260.000000 646 symptoms and treatment for vitamin D deficiency.]]> symptoms and treatment for vitamin D deficiency.]]> <![CDATA[Factor XII deficiency - Canadian Hemophilia Society]]> 0 97678 241975806222 7488446.000000 1522327967 1522327967 3491384777 en
  • prone
  • Some studies have suggested that, depending on milk consumption later in life, heterozygous carriers of galactokinase deficiency may be prone to presenile cataracts at 20-50 years of age. (wikipedia.org)
  • 1999
  • The prevalence of iron deficiency was similar in NHANES III and NHANES 1999--2000 in most age and sex groups ( Table 1 ). (cdc.gov)
  • abnormal
  • The definition of iron deficiency was an abnormal value for at least two of the following three indicators: serum ferritin, transferrin saturation, and free erythrocyte protoporphyrin. (cdc.gov)
  • Clinical
  • CD21 deficiency should be ruled out in patients with clinical signs of humoral immunodeficiency, hypogammaglobulinemia, and a decrease in class-switched memory B cells. (springer.com)
  • Vitamin B 12 is an essential cofactor that is integral to methylation processes important in reactions related to DNA and cell metabolism, thus a deficiency may lead to disruption of DNA and cell metabolism and thus have serious clinical consequences. (bmj.com)
  • Vitamin B 12 (also referred to as cobalamin) deficiency is relatively common, with important and variable clinical consequences. (bmj.com)
  • chronic
  • Diffuse inflammatory or degenerative diseases of the small intestine, such as Crohn's disease , coeliac disease , chronic enteritis or entero-enteric fistulae, may reduce the activity of pteroyl polyglutamase (PPGH), a specific hydrolase required for folate absorption, and thereby leading to folate deficiency. (wikipedia.org)
  • foods
  • To prevent iron deficiency, vulnerable populations should be encouraged to eat iron-rich foods and breast-feed or use iron-fortified formula for infants. (cdc.gov)
  • diagnose
  • This review presents a concise summary of the most up to date evidence on how to diagnose and manage vitamin B 12 deficiency. (bmj.com)
  • result
  • Retinoid is an imitative of vitamin A and its deficiency can result in nail vulnerability, nail softening, and nail peeling. (newsmax.com)
  • body
  • Folate deficiency is a low level of folic acid and derivatives in the body. (wikipedia.org)
  • Deficiency of vitamin A can have a harsh effect on the health of nails, as this vitamin provides the body nutrients and proteins for development. (newsmax.com)
  • usually
  • Colour vision deficiency is usually passed on to a child by their parents (inherited) and is present from birth, although sometimes it can develop later in life. (www.nhs.uk)
  • Colour vision deficiency isn't usually anything to be concerned about. (www.nhs.uk)