Vitamins

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ncrook
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Vitamins
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2013-05-04 16:05:29
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Solubility Metabolism Clinical Significance
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Solubility, Metabolism, and Clinical Significance
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  1. Name the fat soluble vitamins
    • Vit A
    • Vit D
    • Vit E
    • Vit K
  2. Name the water soluble vitamins
    • Vit C, ascorbic acid
    • Vit B1, thiamine
    • Vit B2, riboflavin
    • Vit B6, pyridoxine
    • Vit B12, cobalamin
    • Niacin, nicotine acid
    • Pantothenic acid
    • Biotin
    • Folate, folic acid
  3. Where are the fat soluble vitamins stored and what can happen?
    • Stored in liver or adipose tissue
    • Can accumulate to toxic levels
  4. Where are the water soluble vitamins excreted and can they be toxic?
    • Easily excreted in the urine
    • Generally do NOT accumulate to toxic levels
  5. What clinical condition is associated with:
    Drying
    Degeneration
    Increased risk of infection in conjuctiva, cornea, skin, and mucous membranes
    Night blindness
    Vit A deficiency
  6. What clinical condition is associated with:
    Rickets
    Osteomalacia
    Osteoporosis
    Vit D deficiency
  7. What clinical condition is associated with Hemolytic disease of premature neonates?
    Vit E deficiency
  8. What clinical condition is associated with Hemorrhage?
    Vit K deficiency
  9. What clinical condition is associated with:
    Scurvy
    Necrosis of the gums
    Emotional disturbances
    Vit C deficiency
  10. What clinical condition is associated with Beriberi?
    Vit B1 deficiency
  11. What clinical condition: 
    Cheilosis
    Angular stomatitis
    Glossitis
    Seborrheic dermatitis
    Ocular disturbances
    Vit B2 deficiency
  12. What clinical condition is associated with:
    Eczema
    Seborrheic dermatitis
    Cheilosis
    Glossitis
    Angular stomatitis
    Mental depression
    Anemia
    Vit B6 deficiency
  13. What clinical condition:
    Hematologic effects
    Macrocytic anemia
    Neuologic effects
    Peripheral nerve degeneration
    Vit B12 deficiency
  14. What clinical condition is associated with Pellagra?
    Niacin deficiency
  15. What clinical condition is associated with:
    Metabolism affected
    Nausea
    Vomiting
    Muscular weakness
    Malaise
    Pantothenic deficiency
  16. What clinical condition is associated with:
    Cutaneous symptoms
    Ophthalmic symptoms
    Neurologic symptoms
    Biotin deficiency
  17. What clinical condition is associated with:
    Megaloblastic anemia
    Anorexia
    Glossitis
    Nausea
    Hepatosplenomegaly
    Hyperpigmentation of skin
    Folate deficiency

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