DOI: https://doi.org/10.15587/2519-4798.2016.72754

Вміст есенціальних мікроелементів в організмі дітей з відставанням у зрості в залежності від ступеня низькорослості

Вікторія Геннадіївна Пахомова, Олена Василівна Большова

Анотація


Вивчали вміст есенціальних мікроелементів (цинк, селен, марганець, хром, мідь) в організмі дітей з відставанням у зрості в залежності від ступеня низькорослості. Виявлено чіткий взаємозв’язок між ступенем відставання в зрості та вмістом цинку в волоссі дітей з низькорослістю


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есенціальні мікроелементи; волосся; плазма крові; діти та підлітки; низькорослість

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