calcium deficiency


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calcium deficiency

1. Acute CD–see Hypocalcemia.
2. Chronic calcium deficiency A long-term deficit of calcium, resulting in poor mineralization of bones, in adults, soft bones–osteomalacia and osteoporosis; in children, rickets, impaired growth. See Hypocalcemia.
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Bone static and dynamic histomorphometry in fluorosis and calcium deficiency interaction syndromes.
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Milk and milk made products can prevent calcium deficiency while exposure to sun meet the need of Vitamin D and delay the process of Osteoporosis among elderly population of the country,
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Like me, you may have heard that is from a calcium deficiency and means you need to drink more milk.