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The hematologic aspects of kwashiorkor were studied in thirty-four patients in Cairo, Egypt, U.A.R. Iron deficiency was frequently present. Macrocytic red cell indices were common. Various degrees of megaloblastic changes in the bone marrow were seen in twelve of seventeen patients in whom bone...
The clinical findings in thirty-nine Egyptian infants with protein-calorie malnutrition are described. Plasma zinc levels were found to be low and failed to rise to normal with diet therapy, suggesting the presence of zinc deficiency. An increase in serum lactic dehydrogenase (LDH) was usually...
The importance of a gluten-free diet in understanding the diagnosis, pathogenesis, etiology, prognosis and therapy of celiac disease is discussed in an historic context. Emphasis is placed on the role of wheat sensitivity in the diagnosis of "idiopathic celiac disease," and such classic criteria...
Partition of urinary nitrogen and complete nitrogen balance studies were conducted during the repletion of six subjects with kwashiorkor (infant protein malnutrition) who were eleven to twenty-eight months of age. Three of these infants were given milk ad libitum and three were given a lesser...
A variety of foods were assayed for α-tocopherol content using modern analytical technics. An important feature of this study was to assay foods as eaten to obtain a more accurate picture of the actual α-tocopherol intake in the diet. Of particular interest was the finding that frozen foods...
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