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However, on March 1, 2016, the BIR issued a final notice demanding payment of deficiency income tax for taxable year 2014 amounting to P100,000.
Key Words: Iron deficiency anemia, Febrile seizures
She said almost half of newborn in Pakistan were mentally weak due to iodine deficiency in mothers.
In a similar case report, a cephalhematoma with a size of 6-8 cm was found in a newborn girl following spontaneous vaginal delivery, PT and aPTT were found to be prolonged in the patient who had no familial history of bleeding and a diagnosis of combined FV and FVIII deficiency was made when the FV and FVIII levels were found to be low (FV: 26%, FVIII: 8.
Hardly 25% of the population understands the implications of vitamin deficiency and even less people do something about it before they fall prey to the irreversible damage of these deficiencies.
The report reviews key players involved in the therapeutics development for Fibrinogen Deficiency (Factor I Deficiency) and enlists all their major and minor projects
If that's the case, why isn't there an increase in iron deficiency anemia?
Among the coagulation protein defects vWD is the most common affecting 1-4% of the population whereas the incidence of factor VIII deficiency is 1 in 10,000 and that of factor IX deficiency is 1 in 50,0003,4.
The delegation also lauded the efforts of the ministry of health, noting the advanced national surveillance programme and the efforts of the team members to declare the UAE as free of iodine deficiency.
The delegation met with the ministry's executive management to discuss the implementation steps of the iodine deficiency program according to international standards and policies in this regard.
the definition of the term material weakness and, when relevant, the definition of the term significant deficiency.