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Unveiling the plan to overcome the issue of iodine deficiency, he informed that the Assistant Commissioners of the district have been directed to ask the owners of salt factories to ensure mixing of iodine.
Conclusion: The children with febrile seizures have lower hemoglobin, MCV, MCHC and serum ferritin level as compared to the control groups suggesting that iron deficiency anemia has a positive role in the pathogenesis of febrile seizures.
Worldwide the most common cause of anemia is iron deficiency, although other conditions, such as vitamin B12 and folate deficiency, parasitic infections, chronic inflammation and inherited disorders can all cause it.2
Conclusion: The study suggests vitamin B12 deficiency is a common phenomenon (48.4 percent), similar to what has been suggested by other studies conducted in Turkey.
Iron deficiency can affect both men and women, but the risk for women of childbearing age can be higher due to heavy menstrual periods.
According to D'Angelo, (2) copper deficiency is mainly associated with conditions such as gastric and bariatric surgery; dietary conditions like parenteral hyperalimentation; loss of proteins with enreropathies; hypoproteinemic status such as celiac disease; complications due to therapy with high doses of zinc and penicillamine; and chronic use of proton pump inhibitors.
Delinquency interest is computed starting from the date indicated in the notice until the full payment thereof.What makes it even harsher is the way that the NIRC is worded such that both deficiency interest and delinquency interest may simultaneously be imposed against an erring taxpayer.
Conclusion: Febrile seizures were twice as common in children having iron deficiency anemia as compared to those who did not have iron deficiency anemia.
In patients who are found to have prolonged prothrombin time and aPTT, hepatic disorders and vitamin K deficiency which are observed more commonly should be considered primarily in differential diagnosis.
The book contains facts on biochemistry and also the composition of vitamins, illustrating all kinds of health effects they will have on a person if they fall to its deficiency.
Zinc deficiency causes various types of irregularities in human like growth retardation loss of appetite and impaired humans.
Inadequate exposure to sunlight in children due to hot weather is major cause of vitamin D deficiency along with dietary deficiency.