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*  Pellagra
Primary pellagra is due to a diet that does not contain enough niacin and tryptophan. Secondary pellagra is due to a poor ... Pellagra is a disease caused by a lack of the vitamin niacin (vitamin B3). Symptoms include inflamed skin, diarrhea, dementia, ... The classic symptoms of pellagra are diarrhea, dermatitis, dementia, and death ("the four Ds"). A more comprehensive list of ... to Cleary and Cleary) described more specific psychological symptoms of pellagra as: Psychosensory disturbances (impressions as ...
*  DMOZ - Health: Conditions and Diseases: Nutritional and Metabolic Disorders: Vitamins and Minerals: Pellagra
Health Conditions and Diseases Nutritional and Metabolic Disorders Vitamins and Minerals Pellagra 4 ...
*  Gaspar Casal
He described pellagra in a book published in 1762, calling it mal de la rose due to the red rash seen on the hands and feet of ... Pellagra. on Medscape. Accessed on 22 March 2009. Biography (in Catalan). Galeria de Metges Catalans. Retrieved July 23, 2016. ... Gaspar Casal (1681-1759) was a Catalan physician remembered for describing the Casal collar in pellagra. Casal, was born in ...
*  Vulimiri Ramalingaswami
"Infantile pellagra; report on five cases". The Indian physician. 7 (9): 229-237. PMID 18099153. Ramalingaswami, V.; Sinclair, H ...
*  Azathioprine
It can also interfere with niacin (vitamin B3), resulting in at least one case to pellagra and fatal medullary aplasia. It has ... Oliveria A, Sanches M, Selores M (2011). "Azathioprine-induced pellagra". J Dermatol. 38 (10): 1035-7. doi:10.1111/j.1346- ...
*  Searcy Hospital
The cause of pellagra was a mystery at the time, but one of the key observations was that it only struck the patients, not the ... Initially the disease was a mystery, but it was later identified as one of the first major outbreaks of pellagra in the United ... Joseph Goldberger later identified the cause of pellagra as a vitamin deficiency. It was caused by a poor diet at the Hospital ... "Pellagra - Treating Diabetes". Treating Diabetes. Retrieved 21 June 2017. Alabama, Medical Association of the State of (1907 ...
*  Casimir Funk
Alfred, JAY Bollet (1992). "Politics and Pellagra: The Epidemic of Pellagra in the U.S. in the Early Twentieth Century" (PDF). ... pellagra. In: Journal of State Medicine 20, 1912, pp. 341-68. Funk, C (1913). "Studies on pellagra. The influence of the ... Funk was an early investigator of the problem of pellagra. He suggested that a change in the method of milling corn was ... Funk proposed the hypothesis that other diseases, such as rickets, pellagra, coeliac disease, and scurvy could also be cured by ...
*  Filippo Lussana
Mantegazza had visited the people of Central and South America, finding no trace of pellagra, even with those whose diet was ... He fought the views that Pellagra was due to toxins or to infectious disease, stating: "Italy is a country eminently ... Lussana, Filippo; Frua, Carlo (1856). Su la pellagra, memoria dei dottori Filippo Lussana e Carlo Frua. coi tipi di G. ... Admitting that they did not understand the details of the physiological mechanisms, they maintained that the pellagra crisis ...
*  Morazone
Kingreen, J. C.; Breger, G. (1984). "Pellagra in morazone abuse". Zeitschrift für Hautkrankheiten. 59 (9): 573-577. PMID ...
*  Achlorhydria
Pellagra, caused by niacin deficiency. Chloride, sodium, potassium, zinc and/or iodine deficiency, as these elements are needed ...
*  Nutrition and cognition
Though pellagra predominantly occurs in developing countries, sporadic cases of pellagra may be observed within industrialized ... Pellagra is most common to populations within developing countries in which corn is the dietary staple. The disease has ... Without, pellagra will gradually progress and lead to death within 4-5 years, often a result of malnutrition from prolonged ... Symptoms of pellagra can be cured with exogenous administration of nicotinic acid or nicotinamide. Flushing occurs in many ...
*  Chromatolysis
Pellagra-like changes in 22 cases". Brain. 111: 843-857. doi:10.1093/brain/111.4.843. PMID 3401686. Hanz, Shlomit; Fainzilber, ...
*  Vitamin deficiency
Niacin (vitamin B3) deficiency causes pellagra. Pantothenic acid (vitamin B5) deficiency causes chronic paresthesia. Vitamin B6 ...
*  Cy Williams (American football)
His father died of pellagra in 1913. Williams attended the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, where he played for ... "B. C. Williams Dies Of Pellagra". Tallahassee Semi Weekly True Democrat. July 1913. Florida Football 2014 Media Guide Archived ...
*  Casal collar
It is seen in patients with pellagra. The sign is named after Gaspar Casal. Barry G. Firkin, Judith A. Whitworth. Dictionary of ...
*  Glossitis
Vitamin B3 deficiency (pellagra) can cause glossitis. Vitamin B6 deficiency (pyridoxine deficiency) can cause glossitis, along ...
*  Niacin
Joseph Goldberger and the War on Pellagra , Ashes on the Potomac". history.nih.gov. Retrieved 2017-02-20. "Pellagra And Its ... Tom Spies found that nicotinic acid cured the sufferers of pellagra. Niacin is referred to as vitamin B3 because it was the ... Joseph Goldberger was assigned to study pellagra by the Surgeon General of the United States and produced good results. In the ... Prakash R, Gandotra S, Singh LK, Das B, Lakra A (2008). "Rapid resolution of delusional parasitosis in pellagra with niacin ...
*  Eating disorder
Jagielska, G; Tomaszewicz-Libudzic, EC; Brzozowska, A (2007). "Pellagra: a rare complication of anorexia nervosa". European ...
*  Aldo Perroncito
Eziologia della pellagra, 1913 - Etiology of pellagra. Ascite sperimentale, 1915 - Experiments involving ascites. Rigenerazione ... and studies of pellagra. In 1905 he obtained his medical doctorate from the University of Pavia, where he spent the following ...
*  Malnutrition in South Africa
D Blumhson, a physician, notes a high rate of pellagra among the patients of a hospital in Soweto, South Africa. Pellagra seems ... Pellagra's symptomatology is described by the "4 D's: "dermatitis, diarrhea, dementia, and death". Pellagra causes ... Malnutrition can cause several different health problems, such as pellagra. The specific consequences of malnutrition vary ... Another disease common to South Africa is pellagra. Dr. ... which in turn further amplifies the magnitude of pellagra. An ...
*  Maize
... said that pellagra was due to a deficiency of some nutrient, and the germ theory said that pellagra was caused by a germ ... Pellagra still exists today in food-poor areas and refugee camps where people survive on donated maize. Maize contains lipid ... In the late 19th century, pellagra reached epidemic proportions in parts of the southern US, as medical researchers debated two ... A third theory, promoted by the eugenicist Charles Davenport, held that people only contracted pellagra if they were ...
*  Nicotinamide
... is the preferred treatment for niacin deficiency (pellagra). A patient's diagnosis of pellagra is based on their ... As a supplement, it is used by mouth to prevent and treat pellagra (niacin deficiency). While nicotinic acid (niacin) may be ...
*  Vitamin B6
"NHMRC Nutrient Reference Values - Nutrients vitamin B6". György, Paul (1934). "Vitamin B2 and the pellagra-like dermatitis in ...
*  List of City College of New York people
... discovered that B vitamin deficiency was cause of pellagra; paved way for Elvehjem to narrow cause to vitamin B3 Dan Goldin - ...
*  K-ration
Deficiency diseases such as pellagra and beriberi were diagnosed. One of British General Orde Wingate's units in the Dehra Dun ...