Parathyroid hormone (PTH) and vitamin D regulate calcium balance in the body . PTH is produced by the parathyroid glands -- four small glands located in the neck behind the thyroid gland. Vitamin D is obtained from exposure of skin to sunlight, and from dietary sources such as fortified dairy products, egg yolks, fish, and fortified cereals. Primary hyperparathyroidism is the most common cause of hypercalcemia and is due to excess PTH. The drug lithium, used in treating Bipolar disorder, may increase PTH release and cause hypercalcemia. A genetic mutation that affects the body's ability to regulate calcium is seen in familial hypocalciuric hypercalcemia (FHH), a benign (non-cancerous) condition. Blood calcium can also be high despite low levels of PTH , however. Some malignant tumors (for example, lung cancers, Breast cancer) produce PTH-related peptide (PTHrP) which increases blood calcium. Excess vitamin D ( hypervitaminosis D ) from diet or inflammatory diseases can also cause hypercalcemia . Kidney failure , adrenal gland failure , hyperthyroidism , prolonged immobilization, use of a class of diuretics called thiazides, and ingestion of massive amounts of calcium (milk-alkali syndrome) are other potential causes. Hypercalcemia affects from 0.1 to 1% of the population. The widespread ability to measure blood calcium since the 1960s has improved detection of the condition, and today most patients with hypercalcemia have no symptoms. Women over the age of 50 are most likely to be hypercalcemic, usually due to primary hyperparathyroidism .
it is called "you haven't had enough calcium in your diet" disease
It is known as a NON-INFECTIOUS disease. as it is caused by the lack of Vitamin C in the body.
Rickets is the common term chondromalacia. It is caused by a lack of vitamin D in the diet and causes bones to form abnormally, because they cannot deposit enough calcium. Both calcium and phosphorus are important for proper bone development.
Lack of calcium; also trauma caused by impact, unsuitable excercise and so on.
Suspect poor circulation caused by lack of exercise and/or deficiencies in the typical diet. Calcium, chromium, magnesium, and other deficiencies affect peripheral circulation. GMO's also lead to deterioration of periphery and gut.
Minimal fruit intake can lead to lack of energy, which is caused by the drop of viatmins and minerals. You can also contract diseases such as scurvy, an oral infection caused by lack of vitamin C, found in oranges.
RICKETS is a disorder caused y a lack of vitamin D,calcium,or phosphate.
If you mean "scurvy", it is caused by lack of vitamin C in the diet.
Deficiency diseases are diseases that are caused by a lack of an essential nutrient. For example if you did not have enough vitamins in your diet, you would get deficiency diseases such as scurvy.
Osteoporosis According to wikipedia, Hypocalcaemia and , is what is caused by lack of calcium. hypercalcaemia is caused by too much calcium.
They are diseases caused by lack vitaminsthe diseases caused are:rickets,beri beri, scruvy,kwashiorkor.
'Deficiency diseases like goiter (hypthyroid), scurvy (lack of citrus intake), and beriberi (lack of vitamin B1) are all caused by some nutrient that is absent or very low in a person's diet.
Well a diet to low in fat can cause malnutrition from fat-soluble essential nutrients. This causes deficiency diseases. For example, rickets can be caused by lack of vitamin D, a fat soluble nutrient. Vitamin K deficiency is often result of fat malabsorption and that can result in hemorrhagic disease.
nasty diseases like diabeties
Calcium is essential for strong bones and teeth. Calcium deficiency can lead to disorders like osteoporosis (brittle bones)
If your teeth keep chipping off, it could be a lack of calcium in your diet. Other possible reasons could be decay or lack of other nutrients in the body.