vitamin B1 deficiency

vitamin B1 deficiency

Beri-beri, see there.
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Cats that consume low levels of thiamine as apart of their diet can develop a Vitamin B1 deficiency. Symptoms may include gastrointestinal or neurological issues.
Less common causes are: an underactive thyroid, certain types of medication, long-term alcohol misuse, vitamin B1 deficiency or a brain tumour.
Rarely did doctors connect world economic trends to public health, wars were the most obvious culprits; but this doctor in Iloilo believed that malnutrition which is vitamin B1 deficiency made Filipinos susceptible to beriberi.
The diagnosis of nutritional neuropathy, recognized initially to be associated with vitamin B1 deficiency, is often not as straightforward as many clinicians presume.
Less common problems causing recumbency are rupture of the prepubic tendon (when the belly drops to the ground), middle ear infections, cerebrocortical necrosis (CCN - a vitamin B1 deficiency) and lambs dying in the womb (toxaemia).
Vitamin B1 deficiency (Beriberi) is presented in an animation that students can view to learn what foods are high in Vitamin B1 content.
The Warwick research group has already proven that type 2 diabetes patients have a Vitamin B1 deficiency.
Vitamin B1 deficiency in horses leads to impaired nerve impulse transmission.
Vitamin B1 deficiency: When the body is deficient in thiamine psychiatric disturbances such as delirium tremens, impaired gait, mental confusion, hallucinations, fatigue and ocular degeneration ensue.