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Benefits and dangers connected with clinical use of microelements


, : Benefits and dangers connected with clinical use of microelements. Przeglad Lekarski 52(12): 599-602

Microelements deficiency is getting more and more common on account of the greatest instability in environmental balance. Normal diet does not meet all the necessities of an organism, the result of this is a great number of shortage ststes. Their manifestations are whole ranges of sufferings more or less acute. The clinical aspect of copper, zinc and iron deficiency is presented here. Correct diagnosis of microelements deficiency makes treatment procedure easier. Supplementation of appropriate amount of microelements is much more effective than traditiond, symptomatic, farmacoligical treatment.

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