Vitamin Disorders of Skin

Skin hyperpigmentation, vitiligo, angular stomatitis, and hair alterations all occur in conjunction with vitamin B12 insufficiency as skin lesions. A lack of vitamin B12 may be indicated by cutaneous lesions that do not improve with routine treatment. The most frequent reason for a lack of vitamin B12 is malabsorption. While prevalent in developing countries, vitamin A deficiency is uncommon in the United States and other industrialised countries. A deficiency in vitamin A can cause respiratory infections, infertility, night blindness, irritated skin, and other health issues.


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