hypovitaminosis


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hypovitaminosis

[‚hī·pə‚vīd·ə·mə′nō·səs]
(medicine)
Condition due to deficiency of an essential vitamin.
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Sample of the present study included women diagnosed by the physicians for hypovitaminosis D and any type and stage of breast cancer diagnosed for the last six months.
28% of the subjects were found to have hypovitaminosis D, all of these subjects on further screening showed underlying metabolic disease.
Vitamin D status and 2013 Neste estudo, as concentracoes predictors of hypovitaminosis de vitamina D nao foram D in italian children and afetadas pelo genero ou local adolescents: a cross-sectional de residencia, porem, criancas study.
Majority (85.6%, n=161) prescribed vitamin D levels in patients of hypovitaminosis D.
The authors suggested that hypovitaminosis D may be related to unhealthy lifestyle.
Vitamin D status and predictors of hypovitaminosis D in internationally adopted children.
However, studies attempting to correlate hypovitaminosis D with early signs of atherosclerosis in different populations have reported conflicting findings (4,9-17) and no research of this nature has been identified in the Latin American population.
Hypovitaminosis D and hypocalcemic tetany seizures in Infancy.
The laboratory results from our study showed that 193 subjects (96.5%) had hypovitaminosis D (below 30 ng/mL); that is, 151 (75.5%) were deficient and 42 (21%) were insufficient in the first trimester.
Mughal, "Hypovitaminosis D among healthy adolescent girls attending an inner city school," Archives of Disease in Childhood, vol.
Tung, "Development of asymmetric facial depigmentation in a patient treated with dasatinib with new-onset hypovitaminosis d: case report and review of the literature," Case Reports in Dermatological Medicine, 2017
Shaw, "Hypovitaminosis C and vitamin C deficiency in critically ill patients despite recommended enteral and parenteral intakes," Critical Care, vol.