Lack of vitamin B12 can lead to neurological disorder

Deas, Gerald W.
December 1998
New York Amsterdam News;12/03/98, Vol. 89 Issue 49, p14
Discusses how vitamin-B12 deficiency causes neurological problems. Experience of the author with an elderly patient diagnosed with vitamin-B12 deficiency; Requirement for the absorption of vitamin B12 from the gastrointestinal tract; Absence of vitamin B12 in vegetables and fruits.


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