Advances in clinical determinants and neurological manifestations of B vitamin deficiency in adults.

  title={Advances in clinical determinants and neurological manifestations of B vitamin deficiency in adults.},
  author={Gianpietro Sechi and Elia Sechi and Chiara Fois and Neeraj Kumar},
  journal={Nutrition reviews},
  volume={74 5},
B vitamin deficiency is a leading cause of neurological impairment and disability throughout the world. Multiple B vitamin deficiencies often coexist, and thus an understanding of the complex relationships between the different biochemical pathways regulated in the brain by these vitamins may facilitate prompter diagnosis and improved treatment. Particular populations at risk for multiple B vitamin deficiencies include the elderly, people with alcoholism, patients with heart failure, patients… CONTINUE READING
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