Mineral «portrait» of human in health and disease

N.Yu. Ptushchenko, PHD T.M. Pasiyeshvili. Kharkiv National Medical University.

The participation of trace elements in the life of the body are discussed in this paper. The main causes of trace element imbalances were indicated. Daily requirements of essential trace elements and dietary recommendations have been discussed. The types of microelementoses were identified. The characteristic of the essential microelementoses was given. The interaction of chemical elements in their simultaneous admission was described. The description of the major groups of microelementoses has been made. The principles of the diagnosis and correction of elemental imbalance have been determined.

Key Words: trace elements, the function in the body, trace element imbalance, diagnosis, diet therapy.

Ptushchenko NY, Pasiyeshvili TM. [Mineral «portrait» of human in health and disease]. Shidnoevr. z. vnutr. simejnoi med. 2016;2:55-66. Russian.

https://doi.org/10.15407/internalmed2016.02.051

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