Theory II

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Theory II
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  1. what are the manifestations of vitamin A deficiency?
    dry scaly skin
  2. what are the oral manifestations of vitamin A deficiency?
    • altered taste
    • candidiasis
    • delayed wound healing
    • altered enamel development
  3. what are food sources of vitamin A
    egg yolk, liver, fish liver oils, milk, cream, cheeses, green, orange, red, yellow veggies
  4. what are the manifestations of vitamin D deficincies in adults? children?
    • adults:osteoporosis
    • children: rickets
  5. what are the oral manifestations of vitamin D deficiencies?
    • tooth mineralization
    • decreased alveolar bone integrity
  6. what are food sources for vitamin D
    • exposure to UV light
    • milk
    • fish oils
  7. what are the manifestations of vitamin K deficiency?
    hemorrhage and prolonged clotting time
  8. what are the oral manifestations of vit K deficiency
    inflamed bleeding gingiva
  9. what is a good food source of vitamin k
    • dark green leafy veggies
    • liver
  10. what are the manifestations of vitamin B1 deficiency
    beriberi-weight loss, fatigue, edema, depression
  11. what is vitamin B1
    thiamin
  12. what are oral manifestations of vitamin B1 deficiency?
    altered taste sensations, glossitis, burning tongue, mucositis/stomatitis
  13. what are good food sources of vitamin B1
    enriched whole grains, cereals, pork, meats, poultry, nuts, seeds, legumes
  14. what is B2?
    riboflavin
  15. what are the manifestations of B2 deficiency?
    angular cheilosis
  16. what are the oral manifestations of B2?
    alterted taste sensations, glossitis, burning tongue, angular chelosis, delayed wound healing
  17. what are good food sources of b2
    milk, cheese, enriched whole grains, cerals, rice, mushrooms and liver
  18. what is a manifestations of b3 deficiency?
    dermatitis
  19. what is b3
    niacin
  20. what are the oral manifestations of b3 deficiencies?
    • glossitis
    • glossodynia
    • burning tongue
    • mucositis/stomatitis
    • inflammed bleeding gingiva
  21. what are good food sources of b3
    enriched whole grains, cereals, rice, meat, poultry, fish, leafy greens
  22. what are the manifestations of b4
    • dermatitis
    • depression
    • convulsions
  23. what is b4
    pyridoxine
  24. what are the food sources of b4
    many food sources except fats and sugars
  25. what are the manifestations of b12 deficiency
    vgan diet leading to pernicious anemia
  26. what are the oral manifestations to b12 deficiency
    • altered taste sensation
    • glossitis
    • burning tongue
    • angular cheilosis
    • mucositis/stomatisis
    • inflammed bleeding gingiva
  27. what are the food sources for b12
    all animal foods and fortifided cereals
  28. what is the manifestation for folate/folic acid
    megaloblastic anemia, neural tube defects (spina bifida)
  29. what are the oral manifesations folate/folic acid deficiency?
    glossitis, angular cheilosis, candidiasis, mucositis/stomatisis, infalmmed bleeding gingiva
  30. what are the food sources of folate/folic acid?
    green leafy veg, fruits, legumes, fortified grains

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