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Synonyms for cyanocobalamin

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Pernicious anemia is an autoimmune disease that affects the gastric mucosa, resulting in gastric atrophy, even if adequate dietary intake of B12 is present.
As various international studies have recently hinted towards an association of vitamin B12 deficiency with GDM, we sought to explore this relationship in a cohort of local women in their second and third trimester.
La cobalamina tiene un papel importante en diferentes vias metabolicas: es necesaria en la transformacion del metil-tetrahidrofolato a tetrahidrofolato, que es la forma activa del acido folico; por ello, los niveles bajos de vitamina B12 generan tambien una deplecion funcional del acido folico disponible, fenomeno conocido como "trampa de los folatos" (8) (figura 1).
Vitamin B12 has its own health benefits and is also important before and during pregnancy to ensure proper development of the child, according to several studies.
5% (105/1110) had serum vitamin B12 < 100 pg/ml with mean MCV of 91.
What are the possible health outcomes of B12 deficiency?
All your dad will need to keep him in tip-top condition is a monthly injection of B12, so don't worry.
In summary, laboratory findings that may have nothing to do with true folate and vitamin B12 status were found to be associated with autism, and the media jumped all over the story.
Vitamin B12 deficiency in infants is mostly due to maternal dietary deficiency and is generally observed in infants exclusively breast fed by mothers who are strict vegetarians7,8.
Thirty men and women were randomly assigned to receive 1,000 micrograms vitamin B12, 2 grams fish oil, or 2 grams fish oil plus 1,000 micrograms vitamin B12.
The role of the Podiatrist in identifying patients who may have a Vitamin B12 Deficiency isn't glaringly obvious at first but, like all front-line healthcare professionals, they are in a unique position to look out for this increasingly common problem.
TEHRAN (FNA)- A new study has found that Vitamin B12 levels in the brain are significantly decreased in the elderly and are much lower in individuals with autism or schizophrenia, as compared to their peers at similar ages.
VITAmIn | B12 supplements only boost the nervous system and brain function in the elderly if they have a severe vitamin B12 deficiency, experts have found.
Vitamin B12 causes normal skin bacteria to produce pimple-promoting chemicals.