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Journal:   ARCHIVES OF IRANIAN MEDICINE   AUGUST 2016 , Volume 19 , Number 8; Page(s) 597 To 600.
 
Paper: 

VITAMIN D TOXICITY; STORED AND RELEASED FROM ADIPOSE TISSUE?, CASE REPORT

 
 
Author(s):  JENABI ARYA, RAZMJOU SARA*, JOMHOURI ROHOLLAH, ZIAIE HOSSEIN
 
* NEUROSCIENCE DEPARTMENT, CARLETON UNIVERSITY, OTTAWA, CANADA
 
Abstract: 

Vitamin D is a pro-hormone that plays an important role in body calcium regulation. Vitamin D toxicity occurs rarely due to its wide therapeutic index. A 38-year-old Iranian man was admitted to our hospital with a diagnosis of vitamin D toxicity. Laboratory test revealed hypercalcemia and elevated 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D) level. Despite the cessation of vitamin D intake and diuretic treatment, he presented four months later with high 25(OH)D level and similar clinical features. Due to the potential release of vitamin D from adipose tissue, serial monitoring of 25(OH)D level is recommended.

 
Keyword(s): VITAMIN D, TOXICITY, ADIPOSE TISSUE
 
 
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JENABI, A., & RAZMJOU, S., & JOMHOURI, R., & ZIAIE, H. (2016). VITAMIN D TOXICITY; STORED AND RELEASED FROM ADIPOSE TISSUE?, CASE REPORT. ARCHIVES OF IRANIAN MEDICINE, 19(8), 597-600. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=510057



Vancouver: Copy

JENABI ARYA, RAZMJOU SARA, JOMHOURI ROHOLLAH, ZIAIE HOSSEIN. VITAMIN D TOXICITY; STORED AND RELEASED FROM ADIPOSE TISSUE?, CASE REPORT. ARCHIVES OF IRANIAN MEDICINE. 2016 [cited 2021August02];19(8):597-600. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=510057



IEEE: Copy

JENABI, A., RAZMJOU, S., JOMHOURI, R., ZIAIE, H., 2016. VITAMIN D TOXICITY; STORED AND RELEASED FROM ADIPOSE TISSUE?, CASE REPORT. ARCHIVES OF IRANIAN MEDICINE, [online] 19(8), pp.597-600. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=510057.



 
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