cobalamin deficiency

cobalamin deficiency

See Vitamin B12 deficiency.
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In the mother classical cobalamin deficiency features may be produced including macrocytic red blood cells with or without anaemia, ovalocytosis, hyper segmented white blood cells, pancytopenia, atrophic glossitis, stomatitis, malabsorption due to villi atrophy and mucositis (Rush et al.
Neuropsychiatry disorders caused by cobalamin deficiency in the absence of anemia or macrocytosis.
Treatment of cobalamin deficiency in dementia, evaluated clinically and with cerebral blood flow measurements.
Hyperhomocysteinemia and elevated methylmalonic acid indicate a high prevalence of cobalamin deficiency in Asian Indians.
Performance of the serum cobalamin assay for diagnosis of cobalamin deficiency.
The prevalence of folate and cobalamin deficiency during pregnancy is relatively high in some countries of Sub-Saharan Africa, northern Europe and in Brazil [5-8].
Pseudothrombotic microangiopathy related to cobalamin deficiency.
Iron, folic acid and cobalamin deficiency in anemic pregnant, females in tertiary care centre at Rawalpindi.
Pure cobalamin deficiency was seen in majority of patients (44%) as a cause of Megaloblastic anaemia, followed by combined cobalamin and folate deficiency in 40%patients and pure folate deficiency in 16% patients.
Maternal factors such as pernicious anaemia, vegan diet and malabsorption contribute to infant cobalamin deficiency.
Current hematological findings in cobalamin deficiency: a study of 201 consecutive patients with documented cobalamin deficiency.
High prevalence of cobalamin deficiency in Guatemalan schoolchildren: associations with low plasma holotranscobalamin II and elevated serum methylmalonic acid and plasma homocysteine concentrations.