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1,954 Possible Causes for Focal Atrophy of Choroid, Iron Decreased, Vitamin C Decreased

  • Third Trimester Pregnancy

    The concomitant phenomenon of a third trimester pregnancy with a significant degree of pelvic organ prolapse is extremely rare. We report on a patient with pelvic organ prolapse complicating third trimester pregnancy treated by concomitant cesarean hysterectomy and abdominal sacrocolpopexy. A 30-year-old woman,[…][]

    Missing: Focal Atrophy of Choroid
  • Hemochromatosis

    In both control and iron-depleted patients, a positive correlation was found between the decrease of antibacterial effect and the increase of both serum iron and transferrin[] The spectral domain optical coherence tomography showed retinal pigmentary epithelial atrophy associated with irregularities and focal interruption of the ellipsoid zone.[] […] iron intake indications standard of treatment to reduce iron overload methods reduced consumption of red meat avoid raw shellfish limit supplemental vitamin C avoid excessive[]

  • Childhood Celiac Disease

    […] deficiency anemia Decreased appetite Delayed growth or puberty Thin bones or frequent fractures Failure to thrive Short stature By the time these symptoms have appeared,[] Include: Chronic diarrhea or constipation Abdominal pain Vomiting Bloating and gas Fatigue Damaged or discolored tooth enamel Skin rashes (known as dermatitis herpetiformis) Iron[]

    Missing: Focal Atrophy of Choroid
  • Scurvy

    Concomitantly, serum vitamin C levels decreased to below normal.[] C : – Celiac disease – Cigarette smoking also tends to lower absorption – Crohn disease – Whipple disease Loss of vitamin C : – Dialysis – peritoneal and hemodialysis – Iron[] Iron deficiency anemia can also occur due to increased bleeding and decreased nonheme iron absorption secondary to low vitamin C intake [ 6, 11 ].[]

    Missing: Focal Atrophy of Choroid
  • Iron Deficiency Anemia

    Background Iron deficiency is defined as a decreased total iron body content.[] C (e.g., citrus fruit/juice or tomatoes) to enhance absorption.[] Certain factors increase or decrease absorption of iron. For example, taking Vitamin C with a source of iron is known to increase absorption.[]

    Missing: Focal Atrophy of Choroid
  • Iron Deficiency

    Background Iron deficiency is defined as a decreased total iron body content.[] Taking them with vitamin C can help absorption, but check with your doctor before trying this.[] C.[]

    Missing: Focal Atrophy of Choroid
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Increased risk Female sex Exposure to tobacco smoke Occupational dust (silica) Air pollution High sodium, red meat, and iron consumption Obesity Low vitamin D intake and levels[] An adequate amount of dietary vitamin C and calcium can be helpful for those affected by rheumatoid arthritis. Quit smoking.[] Decreased risk Fish and omega-3 fatty acid consumption Moderate alcohol intake Healthy diet Statin use Oral contraceptive use/hormone replacement Microbes and mucosal processes[]

    Missing: Focal Atrophy of Choroid
  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease Type 1

    Iron‐deficient anaemia is the predominant type, with anaemia of chronic disease second.[] […] have been reported. 238 [EL4, RG C] Vitamin B6 used as antiemetic decreased nausea during pregnancy without teratogenic effect. 239 [EL2b, RG B] Ondansetron has also been[] Decreased dietary intake, as a result of decreased appetite and food aversion, is the major cause of undernutrition in paediatric IBD.[]

    Missing: Focal Atrophy of Choroid
  • Celiac Disease

    Serum IgA tTG levels typically decrease as patients maintain a gluten-free diet.[] […] levels of the K vitamin–dependent anticoagulant proteins, protein S and C, has recently been suggested as a causative factor in thrombosis associated with CD. 86 Not all[] […] bone density, unusual skin rashes, unexplained iron deficiency, and infertility.[]

    Missing: Focal Atrophy of Choroid
  • Septicemia

    Activated protein C (APC) is a vitamin K dependent serine protease that is an anticoagulant and is also cytoprotective and anti-inflammatory.[] APC (24 mg/kg/hour infusion for 96 hours) decreased mortality (APC 25% vs placebo 31%, relative risk 0.81P 0.005) and improved organ dysfunction in patients at high risk of[]

    Missing: Focal Atrophy of Choroid