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Red cell diameter and vitamin A economy of the body



Red cell diameter and vitamin A economy of the body



Folia haematol., Leipzig. 77: 189



Animal experiments are quoted to the effect that deficiency of vitamin A may be associated with hypochromic anaemia or macrocytosis and displacement to the right of the Price-Jones curve. To test the possible parallel in man, vitamin A in serum and mean red cell diameter were estimated together. No clear relation was found. In a second series, patients whose Price-Jones curves were displaced to the right were given vitamin A alcohol, 40, 000 I.U. 3 or 6 times.

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