Distribution analysis of vitamin D highlights differences in population subgroups: preliminary observations from a pilot study in UK adults.

@article{Pal2003DistributionAO,
  title={Distribution analysis of vitamin D highlights differences in population subgroups: preliminary observations from a pilot study in UK adults.},
  author={Bhawani Pal and Tim L. Marshall and Claire D. James and Nicholas J. Shaw},
  journal={The Journal of endocrinology},
  year={2003},
  volume={179 1},
  pages={
          119-29
        }
}
There is no consensus between Authors on the definition of a replete or deficient vitamin D state. Our aim was to describe a suitable method that could be used to compare vitamin D data in subject groups with small or large numbers. Two hundred and forty indigenous asymptomatic, non-pregnant adult subjects recruited from a single-consultation outpatient attendance with normal biochemistry, represented a sample of our inner city district population. 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25,OHD3) levels were… CONTINUE READING

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