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Vit Deficiency Condi

Pharm quiz 4, vitamin deficiency conditions

Vitamin A Dry skin, poor tooth development, night blindness
Vitamin D Rickets, Blood phosphorous defecit, Blood calcium deficit
Vitamin E Breakdown of Red blood cells
Vitamin K Increased blood clotting time with resulting bleeding and hemorrhage
Vitamin B1 Sensory disturbances, Retarded growth, Fatigue, Anorexia, Wernicke encephalopathy
Vitamin B2 Blurred vision, Photophobia, Cheilosis, Rash on nose, Numbness of extremities
Vitamin B3 Retarded growth, Pellagra, Headache, Memory loss, Anorexia, Insomnia
Vitamin B6 Neuritis: caused by INH therapy, Seizures, Dermatitis, Anemia, Lymphopenia
Vitamin B12 GI disorders, Poor growth, Anemia
Vitamin C Poor wound healing, Bleeding gums, Scurvy, Increased incidence of infection
Folic Acid deficiency during the 1st trimester of pregnancy can cause neural tube defects such as spina bifida or anecephaly of the fetus.
Created by: tjallen011