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deficiency

Biology the absence of a gene or a region of a chromosome normally present
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[USPRwire, Wed Aug 21 2019] Factor XIII deficiency is a rare genetic blood disorder that is characterised by the deficiency of clotting factor XIII.
[ClickPress, Thu Jul 25 2019] The significant presence of communities that follow consanguineous marriages increases the risk of passing on factor XIII deficiency to the next generations, which is driving the factor XIII deficiency treatment market.
The iodine deficiency was causing different kinds of diseases among the people and there is the need that awareness should be created among them to use iodine salt in order to protect from diseases, said Additional Deputy Commissioner-I Hyderabad Shahid Ali Shah while presiding over a meeting here at his office on Wednesday regarding iodine deficiency.
The samples were analyzed for iron deficiency anemia and compared in both groups (patients with febrile seizures and those without febrile seizures).
Iron deficiency anemia is the most prevalent nutritional deficiency and a significant public health issue affecting fertile age women world wide.
Results: About 48.8 percent of cases had vitamin B12 deficiency. No significant differences were found when those cases with vitamin B12 deficiency and those without vitamin B12 deficiency were compared in terms of total, direct, or indirect bilirubin levels.
As the temperature rises in the UAE a lot of people will experience these symptoms and blame it on the rising temperatures but if these symptoms persist then it's worth having a discussion with your GP about iron deficiency.
However, we should be aware that copper deficiency can cause hematological abnormalities and sometimes it may masquerade as a myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS).
Section 249(B) of the NIRC imposes a 20 percent per annum deficiency interest for any unpaid deficiency tax due which is computed starting from the date prescribed for its payment until the full payment thereof.Section 249(C) of the NIRC, on the other hand, imposes a 20 percent per annum delinquency interest on the following: (1) When a taxpayer filed a return, but failed to pay the tax due thereon (2) When a taxpayer failed to pay tax due for which no return is required or (3) When the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) issued a notice and demand for the collection of unpaid tax.
Frequency of Iron deficiency in group A was 38% while that in group B was 20% with a p value of 0.003.
A diagnosis of combined Factor V and Factor VIII deficiency was made.
Vitamin deficiency has become one of the biggest banes of this ever growing society.