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Deficiency Diseases Of Fats
Weight loss: Weight loss, because fats have more calories/gram than any other food. There are some fat soluble vitamins like d that you might become deficient in, but it is very unlikely since you can't totally eliminate the fat from your diet no matter how hard you try -- and by the way, why are you doing it in the first place? Excess carbohydrate/protein (other two options) is not good either. ...Read more
Yes: Factor xiii is important in proper formation of blood clots and ensuring control of bleeding. ...Read more
Vanderbilt.: Fill out a vanderbilt assesment form and visit a psychiatrist for further evaluation. ...Read more
I get exceptionally cold when it's cool. Much more than I should given how others dress. Could it be deficiency/disorder? Test I could do?
Too involved: Common nutritional deficiencies in the us are usually seen in alcoholics and include thiamine, magnesium, protein and folate (folic acid) deficiencies. Women in reproductive phase may have iron deficiency due to menstrual blood loss. People with eating disorders often have multiple deficiencies of vitamins and minerals. Symptoms: anemia, weakness, neuropathy, skin rashes, failure to thrive etc. ...Read more
Vitamins: The initial thing is that the absorption of specific vitamins would be problematic without fats. ...Read more
Yes: It is possible to have malfunction of immunoglobulins or low levels in b cell disorders. A subclass deficiency by itself is usually not clinically significant and does not warrant treatment but if an underlying b cell disorder exists, it should be remedied. ...Read more
No one answer: The symptoms of thyroid disease, hypogonadism, adrenal insufficiency, cushing's, hyperparathyroidism, and diabetes are so numerous and often ill-defined that people may be thought to be "just getting old" or emotionally overladen. The lab is critical here, and there is no single test. Glands are mysterious to most people and charlatans talk about diagnosing disease here often, be on your guard. ...Read more
Is there a chromium storage deficiency disease? When taking chromium my son 10 is normal, can relax is not difficult, without it is, any info helps.
Here's what I found:
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complete information about chromium deficiency, including signs and symptoms; conditions that suggest it; recommendations. Even mild deficiencies of chromium can produce symptoms other than problems in blood sugar metabolism, such as anxiety or fatigue. Abnormal cholesterol metabolism and increased progress of atherosclerosis. ...Read more
Malabsorption: These are all called "fat soluble vitamins". A deficiency usually implies an inability to adequately absorb fat. There are a number of reasons for this and requires careful evaluation. ...Read more
Medical evaluation: A clinical evaluation ireviewing the medical history and physical exam will suggest an immune deficiency, which can be confirmed by testing the presence of elements of the immune system: cells, immunoglobulins and other proteins, and immune function testing in especialized laboratories. Neonatal screening for severe immune defects affecting t cell, using the blood spots is available in a few state. ...Read more
Ariboflavinosis: Actually, vitamin b2 deficiency causes ariboflavinosis. Symptoms may include cheilosis (cracks in the lips), high sensitivity to sunlight, angular cheilitis, inflammation of the tongue, seborrheic dermatitis or pseudo-syphilis, pharyngitis, hyperemia, and edema of the pharyngeal and oral mucosa. ...Read more
See an immunologist: There are certain warning signs, like multiple ear/sinus/skin infections each year, multiple pneumonias in our lifetime, requiring prolonged antibiotics to clear infections, or a family history of immunodeficiency. A clinical immunologist can perform special tests to determine if your immune system is working properly. They can also determine proper treatment if a deficiency is found. ...Read more
Unconfirmed: Human diseases possibly related to deficient lithium intake have not been well studied. Still, lithium is probably an essential nutrient present in foods and water supply. Http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmed/11838882 there is no direct relationship between "low" lithium and mania -- yet it's true that lithium is an established mood stabilizer in bipolar disorder & has antidepressant action too. ...Read more
There is no DSM code: It seems that some doctors are describing a feature of adhd, bipolar and perhaps other diagnoses that reflects violent outbursts as a emotion regulation deficiency. There are also some descriptions of psychopathic people as lacking emotional reaction to their bad behaviors. It is not, in itself, a diagnosis. ...Read more
At birth, prenatal: In families with an affected member who has a gene defect, this gene can be tested prenatally. Newborn screen for t cell deficiencies has been implemented in 10 states. Studies of the immune system can be done at any age if there is an immune deficiency is suspected. ...Read more
What disease?: I suspect you mean collagen vascular disease. However, I need more information and what part of the country you live in to give y ou a meaningful answer. ...Read more
Fatigue: Causes for fatigue can be varied such as out of shape depression heavy menstural cycle causing iron deficiency vitamin malnutrition hypothyroid lack of sleep you can try a good multivitamin with iron ANC calcium with vitamin d if not better 6 weeks out you need help with u physcian. ...Read more
Evaluation needed: Contact your primary care doctor. He/she should collect information from school about classroom performance and take a thorough history and family history. Disorders that can interfere with attention and focus should be considered. If ruled out then a discussion with your primary care doctor or referral to a pediatric neurologist or developmentalist may help discuss alternative treatments. ...Read more
Can you tell me if I were to mention immune deficiency, what diseases would you immediately think of?
Immunodificiency: Acquired immunodeficiency would be HIV infection where the virus kills your t lymphocytes. Primary immunodeficiencies diseases are many depending on which immune cells are affected. They are due to genetic mutations in one of the steps that immune cells develop or the process of making cytokines. You can get examples of those diseases by visiting www. Primaryimmune. Org. ...Read more
I want to know if I have a deficiency of some sort or a disease like blepharitis. What kind of evaluations do I need?
See a doctor: That is an easy diagnosis for an ophthalmologist to make without any special testing. ...Read more
What are the signs and symptoms of pathogenic diseases, hereditary diseases, deficiency diseases and physiological diseases?
Site protocol: You get the most from this site when you provide background information on a medical problem and ask a related but clear question. We are not a shortcut for homework assignments, or a library reference section. For that you need to consult your local library or text books. ...Read more
I have an IgG subclass 3 deficiency. What diseases/disorders are associated with this? Are you more likely to acquire certain diseases/disorders?
IgG3 subclass def: Igg has four types. Igg3 is involved in fighting against carbohydrate covered infectious organisms. Igg1 is the most numerous and igg3 is of much less quantity. If you have normal antibody titers to vaccines, then you are likely safe. I would simply monitor all of your immunoglobulin levels yearly. ...Read more
Extremely rare one:
Some people who suffer from depression are helped with drugs that increase the norepinephrine stores in nerve endings. Drugs such as Effexor (venlafaxine) or wellbutrin do this. Haveing a severe deficiency of these neurotransmitters is very rare and life threatening.
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CHO DEF DISEASES: Great google question and go to Wikipedia ...Read more
Depends: In an average person taking a mixed diet no vitamin deficiencies are expected. The common vitamin deficiency in the US is vitamin D insufficiency. Alcoholics usually have vitamin B deficiency, especially thiamine. Many food stuffs in the US have vitamin added, e.g. with folic acid. Vegans are at of risk of B12 and vitamin D deficiency. A person not taking any fruits or vegs could lack vitamin C ...Read more
Everywhere: Some immune disorders lead to more upper respiratory infections, or more skin infections, for example. This is because the different defects in the immune system makes you unable to fight those particular types of infections. But, the cells, antibodies, and proteins of the immune system are basically produced in the bone marrow and travel throughout your body. So you could be affected anywhere. ...Read more
No: It's a hematological abnormality, not an endocrine disorder. See a hematologist. ...Read more
Frequent infections: Immune deficiencies typically present with frequent infections. The types of infections determine which part of the immune system to evaluate with testing. Some immune deficiencies have associated symptoms/findings in addition to the frequent infections. ...Read more
My sister's two children (males)died due to scid (from ada deficiency), should they take another chance? Will this disease occurs in all their children?
Not really but:
Celiac disease causes malabsorption and can cause vit deficiency and that will produce symptoms and signs of the vit B12 deficiency in untreated patients.
These are two different conditions with different cause and there is nothing in common as celiac disease can cause in some cases vit B12 deficiency if not treated with gluten free diet.
B12 deficiency causes anemia and neurological disorders. ...Read more
If we both have 2 copies (m, s:m, z) of antitrysin deficiency, is my baby more at risk for lung disease? She had a cold and if coughing for the past 2 m
Should be tested: Should be tested. There are treatments.Get a more detailed answer ›