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When results for various levels of hypovitaminosis D were tabulated, it was found that mean LDL-C levels were considerably higher in patients with lowest levels of vitamin D, and lower in patients who had less severe deficiency.
There was a marked increase in the prevalence of hypovitaminosis D from 14% in the normal adolescent population to 30% in adolescent patients with excessive postural tachycardia.
Background: Hypovitaminosis D has been reported as a risk factor for glucose intolerance.
05 was obtained suggesting a likely correlation between hypertension and hypovitaminosis D.
Hypovitaminosis D and "small burden" uterine fibroids: Opportunity for a vitamin D supplementation.
Differential diagnoses for the masses were fungal granuloma, foreign body reaction, bacterial granuloma, hypovitaminosis A-induced abscess or granuloma, branchial cysts, and neoplasia.
There is also the advantage of introducing a completely regional and nutritional product on the market, enhancing the fruitful resources of the region and contributing to the improvement of the nutritional status of population groups, particularly in the prevention of hypovitaminosis A, protein energy malnutrition, hidden hunger and chronic diseases related to nutrition.
The prevalence of hypovitaminosis D among US adults: data from the NHANES III," Ethn Dis,15(4 Suppl 5):S5-97- 101(2005)