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[Optimal use of markers for cobalamin/folate status. Results from a survey in a group of psychogeriatric patients].
Lakartidningen. 2003 Oct 02; 100(40):3136-40.L

Abstract

Cobalamin/folate deficiency may lead to neuropsychiatric symptoms. This review summarizes present findings concerning the different markers for cobalamin/folate deficiency in psychogeriatric patients. These findings suggest the use of plasma homocysteine, serum cobalamin and serum folate to evaluate cobalamin/folate status in psychogeriatric patients, whereas the use of serum methylmalonic acid and whole blood folate could be omitted.

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Kliniskt kemiska laboratoriet, Universitetssjukhuset i Lund. bjorn.hultberg@klinkem.lu.seNo affiliation info availableNo affiliation info availableNo affiliation info available

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Review

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swe

PubMed ID

14579665

Citation

Hultberg, Björn, et al. "[Optimal Use of Markers for Cobalamin/folate Status. Results From a Survey in a Group of Psychogeriatric Patients]." Lakartidningen, vol. 100, no. 40, 2003, pp. 3136-40.
Hultberg B, Isaksson A, Nilsson K, et al. [Optimal use of markers for cobalamin/folate status. Results from a survey in a group of psychogeriatric patients]. Lakartidningen. 2003;100(40):3136-40.
Hultberg, B., Isaksson, A., Nilsson, K., & Gustafson, L. (2003). [Optimal use of markers for cobalamin/folate status. Results from a survey in a group of psychogeriatric patients]. Lakartidningen, 100(40), 3136-40.
Hultberg B, et al. [Optimal Use of Markers for Cobalamin/folate Status. Results From a Survey in a Group of Psychogeriatric Patients]. Lakartidningen. 2003 Oct 2;100(40):3136-40. PubMed PMID: 14579665.
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