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749 Possible Causes for Malnutrition, Normal Body Growth

  • Vitamin D Deficiency

    Protein-energy malnutrition is likely to be associated with vitamin D intake deficiency.[] Researchers are discovering that D also promotes normal cell growth and differentiation throughout the body, working as a key factor in maintaining hormonal balance and a[] Far From The D-List: The Need-to-Know Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that the body needs for calcium absorption, cell growth, immune system function, and inflammation[]

  • Vitamin B12 Deficiency

    , and investigate the cause of malnutrition including neglect.[] […] to the body [ 37 ].[] […] to the body [ 40 ].[]

  • Malnutrition

    Worldwide, malnutrition is known to be a major risk for illness and death.[] During pregnancy, adequate nutritional support is crucial for normal growth and development of the fetus.[] During pregnancy , adequate nutritional support is crucial for normal growth and development of the fetus.[]

  • Iron Deficiency Anemia

    Following anemia and malnutrition treatment, tests were repeated.[] During pregnancy, your body needs more iron than normal to support your developing baby. Not eating enough food that contains iron.[] Rarer possible causes for an iron deficiency anemia are disruption of the resorption or malnutrition.[]

  • Growth Failure

    Learning objectives Types of undernutrition Clinical Forms of Acute Malnutrition Acute Malnutrition: Marasmus (or Wasting) Acute Malnutrition: Kwashiorkor (or bi-lateral pitting[] Children with growth hormone deficiency have normal body proportions, but they may appear younger than their actual age.[] Malnutrition is a global problem that varies from under nutrition to over nutrition.[]

  • Growth Hormone Deficiency

    Nutritional history: Malnutrition is the most common cause of short stature worldwide.[] However, a child with this condition can have normal body proportions. Children with growth hormone deficiency typically grow less than 2 inches per year.[] […] cause is not always clear, but an infant may be born SGA because of a genetic defect, problems with the placenta, or health issues with the mother—such as heart disease, malnutrition[]

  • Zinc Deficiency

    Malnutrition, prematurity, total parenteral nutrition dependence, and burns increase the demand for zinc, whereas congenital malabsorption syndromes represent clinical situations[] Zinc is involved with over 300 enzymatic reactions within the body to support normal growth and development.[] Severe depletion of zinc in two patients with advanced cancer and malnutrition was accompanied by cutaneous bleeding and laboratory findings of platelet dysfunction, both[]

  • Anorexia Nervosa

    Pathology was consistent with liver injury secondary to severe malnutrition rather than from refeeding syndrome.[] You may notice some of the following thoughts and behaviors occurring: Dramatic weight loss, or failure to make expected weight gains during periods of normal growth (i.e.[] What is Anorexia Nervosa (Self-Starvation, Malnutrition, Severe Weight Loss, Extreme Weight Loss) Statistics on Anorexia Nervosa (Self-Starvation, Malnutrition, Severe Weight[]

  • Celiac Disease

    Neurological symptoms were preceded by two months of gastrointestinal symptoms such as vomiting, abdominal distention, and clear signs of malnutrition and weight loss.[] Delayed growth and nutrient deficiencies can result in, and may lead to conditions such as anemia (a lower than normal number of red blood cells) and osteoporosis, a disease[] […] suffering from an advance stage of celiac disease (CD), the delay in its diagnosis and in the establishment of a gluten-free dietled the patient to a severe proteincalorie malnutrition[]

  • Vitamin Deficiency

    CONCLUSIONS: This is the first prospective cohort to investigate malnutrition after RYGB in nonseverely obese patients.[] We need them for normal cell growth, function and development. Vitamins can be grouped into two categories: fat-soluble vitamins and water-soluble vitamins.[] Deficiency of vitamin a due to malnutrition, malabsorption, or dietary lack. It is manifested with reduced night vision, night blindness, and xerophthalmia.[]

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