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Questions from this Chapter focus on clinical & Radiological features of different Vitamin deficiencies.
Also learn about the doses for supplementation and treatment.
This Chapter overlaps with 2 subjects – SPM – Nutritional deficiencies and Vitamin chapter in Biochemistry.
- Copper deficiency – Clinical features
- Radiological findings in Scurvy
- Clinical Features of Rickets
- Windswept deformity is characteristically seen in
- Rickets in an infant presents as
- Biotin deficiency – Clinical Features
- Zinc deficiency – Clinical Features
- WHO grading of Vitamin A deficiency
- Vitamin most important in preventing free radical injury
- Keshan disease is due to
- Folic Acid supplementation in Pregnancy
- Scurvy in Infant – Overview
- Vitamin K deficiency bleeding of the newborn
- Radiographic features of rickets
- Vitamin-A supplementation
- Treatment of Vitamin-A deficiency