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  1. ... most mildly affected individuals have few problems with absorbing fats from the diet and no related signs ... cirrhosis). Individuals with severe FHBL have greater difficulty absorbing fats as well as fat-soluble vitamins such ...
  2. ... chronic diarrhea or constipation associated with difficulty in absorbing nutrients from food. Additional features that occur in ...
  3. ... Because of the infections, affected infants have difficulty absorbing nutrients (malabsorption), and they grow more slowly than ...
  4. ... affected individuals. People with this disorder have difficulty absorbing enough fluids and nutrients from their diet and ...
  5. ... condition, called villous atrophy, can lead to difficulty absorbing nutrients from foods (malabsorption), resulting in a failure ...
  6. ... This protein is involved in the process of absorbing iron that the body receives from food. Ferroportin ...
  7. ... Some evidence suggests that a genetic predisposition to absorbing too much iron may also be involved.In ...
  8. ... with pancreatic insufficiency have trouble digesting food and absorbing nutrients and vitamins that are needed for growth. ...
  9. ... brain and spinal cord and is important for absorbing riboflavin from the bloodstream into these tissues.In ...
  10. ... of the small intestine and is important for absorbing riboflavin during digestion so that the vitamin can ...
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