Vitamin deficiency

Vitamin deficiency

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The vitamin deficiency subcategory is also known as avitaminosis and deficiency diseases.

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31 Oct 2014 Vitamin B12 testing has increased rapidly, but true deficiency is rare. Testing is unnecessary for most people
For health professionals (Medical test)
31 Oct 2014 Vitamin B12 testing has increased rapidly, but true deficiency is rare. Testing is unnecessary for most people
(Medical test)
16 May 2014 Red blood cell count (RBC) test is part of a full blood count (FBC) and is used evaluate any change in the number of red blood cells in your blood. Find out more
(Medical test)
16 May 2014 Haemoglobin (Hb) test is part of a full blood count (FBC), and is used if you have anaemia (too few red blood cells) or polycythaemia (too many red blood cells) to assess its severity, and to monitor response to treatment. Find out more
For health professionals (Health professional publication)
01 Aug 2006 Ferrous fumarate 310 mg with folic acid 300 mg (Ferro-F-Tab) tablets was listed on the PBS after the deletion of FGF (ferrous sulfate 250 mg with folic acid 300 micrograms).

Subcategories and conditions of vitamin deficiency