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Vitamin E (Tocopherol)
High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC)
|Term Infants (Cord Blood)||1.8-5.8 mg/L|
|4 Months-1 Year||≤9.1 mg/L|
|1-2 Years||2.9-16.6 mg/L|
|3-5 Years||5.5-11.8 mg/L|
|6-8 Years||4.6-14.8 mg/L|
|9-11 Years||6.2-14.3 mg/L|
|12-17 Years||3.7-12.4 mg/L|
|Pediatric 3-17 Years||0.5-3.8 mg/L|
Deficiency of vitamin E may cause extensive neuropathy in young children and, in addition, is suspect as a possible cause of motor and sensory neuropathy in older children and in adults. One likely cause of vitamin E deficiency is intestinal malabsorption, resulting from bowel disease, pancreatic disease, or chronic cholestasis. Other causes of malabsorption of vitamin E include celiac disease, cystic fibrosis, and intestinal lymphangiectasia.
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