vitamin B12 deficiency

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vitamin B12 deficiency

Megalobalstic anemia, see there.
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Left untreated, it causes vitamin B12 deficiency, which leads to megaloblastic anemia (characterized by a lower-than-normal red blood cell count) and neurological disorders-which are sometimes irreversible.
It has been suggested that vitamin B12 deficiency may be treated by parental or high dose oral cobalamin therapy (Stabler, 2013).
Some studies have found that vitamin B12 deficiency is associated with obesity, whereas others have reported no association.
A vitamin B12 deficiency, for example, has been associated with early miscarriages.
The neuropsychiatry of vitamin B12 deficiency in elderly patients.
A B12 deficiency is common in older adults because as we age, the level of acid produced in the stomach falls too low to properly absorb the vitamin from food.
Vitamin B12 deficiency could cause pernicious anemia so take 6 micrograms.
gov/news-events/news-releases/low-levels-vitamin-b12-may-increase-risk-neural-tube-defects) 2009 study on the risks of vitamin B12 deficiency conducted by researchers at the National Institutes of Health, Trinity College, Dublin, and Health Research Board of Ireland, found that women who do not get enough vitamin B12 during early pregnancy are five times more likely to face the risk of having a child with a neural tube defect, a class of birth defect, as compared to those women who have a higher intake and level of the vitamin in their bodies.
3] We did an observational study with aimed to study the correlation between serum vitamin B12 level and MCV and prevalence of vitamin B12 deficiency in this region.
Vitamin B12 deficiency is associated with hematological, psychiatric, cognitive and neurological manifestations.
One deficiency with many causes that can lead to health trouble is vitamin B12 deficiency.
It was, however, noted that a recent systematic review showed Crohn's disease (CD) not to be associated with vitamin B12 deficiency regardless of ileal involvement, and only ileal resections greater than 20cm predispose to B12 deficiency and warrant treatment.