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Magnesium deficiency in the pathogenesis of disease early roots of cardiovascular, skeletal, and renal abnormalities by Mildred S. Seelig

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Published by Plenum Medical Book Co. in New York .
Written in English


  • Magnesium deficiency diseases -- Complications.,
  • Cardiovascular system -- Diseases -- Etiology.,
  • Bones -- Diseases -- Etiology.,
  • Kidneys -- Diseases -- Etiology.,
  • Abnormalities, Human -- Etiology.,
  • Magnesium deficiency -- Complications.,
  • Cardiovascular diseases -- Etiology.,
  • Bone diseases -- Etiology.,
  • Kidney diseases -- Etiology.,
  • Infant nutrition disorders -- Etiology.,
  • Pregnancy complications -- Etiology.

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Edition Notes

StatementMildred S. Seelig.
SeriesTopics in bone and mineral disorders
LC ClassificationsRC627.M3 S43
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 488 p. :
Number of Pages488
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4737558M
ISBN 100306402025
LC Control Number78027742

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Magnesium Deficiency. Symptomatic magnesium deficiency due to low dietary intake in otherwise-healthy people is uncommon because the kidneys limit urinary excretion of this mineral. However, habitually low intakes or excessive losses of magnesium due to certain health conditions, chronic alcoholism, and/or the use of certain medications can. Acute Magnesium Deficiency, Histamine Release, and Hypoxia in SIDS Subacute Magnesium Deficiency and Cardiac Lesions in SIDS SIDS and Hypoparathyroidism Epidemiologic Factors in SIDS (All figures and tables for Chapter 4) Part II Magnesium Deficiency in the Pathogenesis of Cardiovascular Diseases.   4. Ocular Blood Flow, Vascular Dysregulation, and the Role of Magnesium in Glaucoma. Vascular dysregulation, an imbalance between vasoconstriction and vasodilatation at microcirculatory level and general dysfunction of endothelium and autonomic nervous system, was believed to be a contributing factor for GON [].Reduction in ocular blood flow was reported . 9 Magnesium Deficiency and Cardiac Dysrhythmia. Electrocardiographic Changes of Experimental Magnesium Deficiency. In the early subacute magnesium-deficiency study of Kruse et al. (), convulsions were produced in 86% of the rats by the 18th day, with death occurring after one or more convulsions in 93%. Tachycardia was manifest during the .