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  1. ... excessive clots in arteries or veins Liver disease Vitamin K deficiency. Vitamin K plays an important role in blood clotting. Learn ... University of Rochester Medical Center; c2020. Health Encyclopedia: Vitamin K; [cited 2020 Jan 30]; [about 2 screens]. Available ...
  2. ... your immune system to attack your coagulation factors. Vitamin K deficiency. Vitamin K plays an important role in forming coagulation factors. ...
  3. ... other causes of bleeding disorders include: Liver disease Vitamin K deficiency Blood-thinning medicines In addition, you may ...
  4. ... normal, your provider may order phosphorus and/or vitamin D tests to help make a diagnosis. References Hinkle J, Cheever K. Brunner & Suddarth's Handbook of Laboratory and Diagnostic Tests. ...
  5. ... organs Too much calcium in your diet from vitamin D supplements or milk If your results show ... your parathyroid gland produces too little parathyroid hormone Vitamin D deficiency A kidney disorder If your calcium ...
  6. ... of a blood disorder such as anemia , a vitamin deficiency, or other medical condition. Other names: CBC ... are larger than normal, it may indicate: A vitamin B12 deficiency A deficiency in folic acid , another ...
  7. ... may mean you have: Kidney disease Too much vitamin D in your body Hyperparathyroidism, a condition in ... become soft and deformed. It's caused by a vitamin D deficiency. If your phosphate/phosphorus levels are ...
  8. ... your results. Telling your provider about any medicines, vitamins , or supplements that you are taking Taking these ... are currently taking, including over-the-counter medicines , vitamins, and supplements. For some blood tests, you may ...
  9. ... that contain calcium Excessive intake of calcium from vitamin D supplements or milk Certain types of cancer ... your parathyroid glands produce too little parathyroid hormone Vitamin D deficiency Magnesium deficiency Inflammation of the pancreas ( ...
  10. ... before taking it. More than 250 mg of vitamin C daily from supplements, fruit juices, or fruit for seven days prior to your test. Vitamin C can affect the chemicals in the test ...
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