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Vitamin Deficiency Toxicity and Dependency
Element Water and Electrolyte Deficiency and Toxicity
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acid deficiency adults aetiology affected alcoholism amino acids anaemia appearance areas atrophy biotin Biotin deficiency Bitot's spot body bone calcium carbohydrate cells characteristic child chronic clinical Cobalt toxicity colour common conjunctiva conjunctival copper cornea daily requirement defect deposition dermatosis diabetes diet dietary disorders Diverticular disease Dr H.M. Gilmour Dr R.W. Vilter Dynski-Klein enzyme epithelial epithelium excessive failure fatty acids fibrosis folic acid frequently gland glossitis goitre growth haemochromatosis haemorrhages hair Hartnup disease healing hyperkeratosis impaired increased infant infection intake iron deficiency Keratomalacia kwashiorkor lesions leucoma lipid liver macro-nutrients malnutrition marasmus metabolism months niacin normal nutrients nutritional deficiency Obesity occur oedema osteoid patient pellagra Perifollicular pigmentation Plummer-Vinson syndrome Professor protein pyridoxine rare retinal riboflavin riboflavin deficiency rickets scars scurvy severe shown skin changes skull stained therapy thiamin tion tissue tongue treatment ulceration usually vitamin A deficiency vitamin B12 weight Wilson's disease xerophthalmia xerosis Zatouroff