Corpus ID: 54187042

Re-evaluation of th chronic , latent , ma

  title={Re-evaluation of th chronic , latent , ma},
  author={R. Elin}


Magnesium in bone and the magnesium load test.
mrh.2011.0297 Auteur(s) : Theodor Gunther Charite, Universitlsquatsmedizin Berlin, Campus Benjamin Franklin, Institut fur Molekularbiologie und Biochemie, Berlin, Germany Correspondence. Prof. T.Expand
Assessment of magnesium status for diagnosis and therapy.
  • R. Elin
  • Medicine
  • Magnesium research
  • 2010
Evidence-based medicine should be used to establish the appropriate lower limit of the reference interval for health and I recommend 0.85 mmol/L based on current literature. Expand
Mineral maturity and crystallinity index are distinct characteristics of bone mineral
Results obtained in fluorosis suggested that mineral characteristics can be modified independently of bone remodeling and offering new perspectives to assess bone mineral traits in osteoporosis. Expand
Can one really measure magnesium deficiency using the short‐term magnesium loading test?
Abstract. Rob PM, Dick K, Bley N, Seyfert T, Brinckmann CH, Höllriegel V, Friedrich HJ, Dibbelt L, Seelig MS (Medizinische Uniersität zu Lübeck, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany and University ofExpand
Correlation between bone magnesium concentration and magnesium retention in the intravenous magnesium load test.
It is found that the lower the bone Mg concentration the higher the Mg retention in the M g load test, and that the highest concentration is associated with higher Mg deficit. Expand
Magnesium content of the food supply in the modern-day world.
Several factors are discussed, including the waterborne magnesium factor, the loss of magnesium during food refining and the magnesium content of vegetarian diets, as well as various metabolic situations, e.g., hypertension, pregnancy, osteoporosis, drug therapy, alcoholism, stress and cardiac trauma. Expand
Serum magnesium levels in the United States, 1971-1974.
Serum magnesium has been determined by atomic absorption spectrophotometry in a national sample of the United States population between 1971 and 1974, with small sex differences observed between ages 18 and 45, with men having higher levels than women. Expand
Parenteral magnesium tolerance testing in the evaluation of magnesium deficiency.
Increased retention of a magnesium load is a more sensitive index of magnesium deficiency than is the S-Mg concentration, and it is suggested that low-dose magnesium tolerance testing be used more frequently as a clinical tool in the evaluation of states of normomagnesemic magnesium deficiency. Expand