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Vitamin B12 deficiency causes reversible megaloblastic anemia, demyelinating disease, or both. Current assays have insufficient sensitivity and specificity; methylmalonic acid levels are useful to confirm diagnosis. Parenteral or high-dose oral vitamin B12 is effective therapy. by marie Health Facts, Health Info, Health And Nutrition, Health Benefits, Health Fitness, Nutrition Education, Demyelinating Disease, Vitamin B12 Deficiency, Iron Deficiency
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Vitamin B12 deficiency causes reversible megaloblastic anemia, demyelinating disease, or both. Curr

Vitamin B12 deficiency causes reversible megaloblastic anemia, demyelinating disease, or both. Current assays have insufficient sensitivity and specificity; methylmalonic acid l... 
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