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DIT vit quiz

convulsions and irritability vit b6 (pyridoxine) deficiency
vit def results in gum bleeding, bruising, anemia, and poor wound healing vit C (ascorbic acid)
vit C is necessary for the hydroxlation of which amino acids in collagen synthesis? proline and lysine
what vitamin can cause ypercalcemia in excess? vit D and vit A
what vitmaines have a function similar to reduced glutatione? (are antioxidants) A,C,e
rash, diarrhea, altered mental status vit B3 (niacin)
increased RBC fragility E
dermatitis, cheilosis, glossitis iron, B2, B3, folate, B12
peripheral neuropathy, angular cheilosis, glossitis B12
hemorrhagic disease K
neural tube defects folic acid
dermatitis, diarrhea, dementia B3 (niacin)
megaloblastic anemia B12, folate
pernicious anemia B12
bitot's spots, keratomalacia, xerophthalmia vit A
osteomalacia, rickets D
can be used to treat acne and psoriasis vit A
can be used to treat psoriasis but not acne vit D
used in oxidation/reduction reactions B2 (FAD, FMN), B3 (NAD, NADP)
used in carboxylation reactions biotin
involved in the hydroxylation of prolyl residues vit C
requires intrinsic factor for absorption B12
def may result from kidney disease D
used by pyruvate dehydrogenase and alpha KG dehydrogenase (TLC For Noone)B1,B2, B3, B5, lipoic acid
given prophylactically to newborns K
can be used to elevate HDL and lower LDL niacin (B3)
deficiency can be cause by INH use B6
cobalt is found within this vitamin B12
critical for DNA synthesis folate, B12
what are the sx of zinc deficiency? delayed wound healing, hypogonadism, decreased adult hair, dysgeusia, anosmia
what enzyme is inhibited by the drug fomepizole alcohol dehydrogenase
what is the difference between kwashiorkor and marasmus? kwashiorkor= protein def marasmus = energy def
what vit should vegetarians supplement? B12
sx of vit A toxicity? arthralgia, fatigue, HA, skin changes, sore throat, alopecia
Created by: kayjames



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