Vitamin D: Deficiency, Sufficiency and Toxicity
AbstractThe plethora of vitamin D studies over the recent years highlight the pleomorphic effects of vitamin D outside its conventional role in calcium and bone homeostasis. Vitamin D deficiency, though common and known, still faces several challenges among the medical community in terms of proper diagnosis and correction. In this review, the different levels of vitamin D and its clinical implications are highlighted. Recommendations and consensuses for the appropriate dose and duration for each vitamin D status are also emphasized. View Full-Text
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Alshahrani, F.; Aljohani, N. Vitamin D: Deficiency, Sufficiency and Toxicity. Nutrients 2013, 5, 3605-3616.
Alshahrani F, Aljohani N. Vitamin D: Deficiency, Sufficiency and Toxicity. Nutrients. 2013; 5(9):3605-3616.Chicago/Turabian Style
Alshahrani, Fahad; Aljohani, Naji. 2013. "Vitamin D: Deficiency, Sufficiency and Toxicity." Nutrients 5, no. 9: 3605-3616.