Bone diseases affect the development and structure of bone. They include: *Bone cyst*Bone spur (Osteophytes)*Craniosynostosis *Fibrous dysplasia*Bone tumor*Giant cell tumor of bone*Hypophosphatasia *Osteoporosis*Primary hyperparathyroidism *Klippel-Feil syndrome *Osteitis Condensans Ilii *Osteochondritis Dissecans*Osteochondroma (Bone Tumor)*Osteosarcoma (Bone Tumor)*Osteomyelitis *Osteopenia *Renal Osteodystrophy*Osteomalacia
Retinol, the dietary form of vitamin A, is a fat-soluble, antioxidant vitamin important in vision and bone growth. It belongs to the family of chemical compounds known as retinoids. Retinol is ingested in a precursor form; animal sources (milk and eggs) contain retinyl esters, whereas plants (carrots, spinach) contain carotenoids. Tissue cells convert these precursors to retinol, and then to either retinal or retinoic acid. ...
Bone Diseases as related to Vitamin A (Retinol)
- Vitamin A and Bone Health - niams.nih.gov
May 2015. Vitamin A is essential for good health. It promotes growth, the immune system, reproduction, and vision. However, recent research suggests that too much ...
- Diseases of Bone - Bone Health and Osteoporosis - NCBI ...
Allergies. Avoid in individuals with a known sensitivity or allergy to vitamin A or any part of the formulation. Side Effects and Warnings. Vitamin A is considered ...
- Vitamin A - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Vitamin A is a group of unsaturated nutritional organic compounds that includes retinol, retinal, retinoic acid, and several provitamin A carotenoids (most notably ...
- Vitamin A (retinol) Evidence - Mayo Clinic
Key to grades A Strong scientific evidence for this use B Good scientific evidence for this use C Unclear scientific evidence for this use D Fair scientific evidence ...
- Vitamin A | Linus Pauling Institute | Oregon State University
Table 3. Some Food Sources of Vitamin A; Food Serving Preformed Vitamin A (Retinol), μg Vitamin A, μg RAE Vitamin A, IU; Beef liver, cooked: 1 slice (68 g)
- Teratology Society Publications
Teratology Society Position Paper: Recommendations For Vitamin A Use During Pregnancy. TERATOLOGY 35:269–275 (1987)
- Serum Retinol Levels and the Risk of Fracture — NEJM
Original Article. Serum Retinol Levels and the Risk of Fracture. Karl Michaëlsson, M.D., Hans Lithell, M.D., Bengt Vessby, M.D., and Håkan Melhus, M.D.
- Nutrient Deficiency Diseases - Early Vitamin Deficiency ...
Nutrient deficiency diseases occur when there is an absence of nutrients which are essential for growth and health. Lack of food leading to either malnutrition or ...
- Vitamin D - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Several forms of vitamin D exist. The two major forms are vitamin D 2 or ergocalciferol, and vitamin D 3 or cholecalciferol; vitamin D without a subscript refers to ...