Mineral metabolism disorders are abnormal levels of minerals either too much or too little in the blood minerals are very important for the human body they have various roles in metabolism and body functions they are essential for the proper function of cells tissues and organs. Disorders of mineral metabolism volume i trace minerals covers the pathophysiology of clinically relevant minerals and elements this text is composed of 12 chapters that tackle the clinical relevance and essentiality of various trace minerals in the human body with particular emphasis on the disorders due to their abnormal metabolism . Disorders of mineral metabolism volume i trace minerals covers the pathophysiology of clinically relevant minerals and elements this volume focuses on minerals whose average daily intake is under 50 mg. Background patients treated with conventional hemodialysis hd develop disorders of mineral metabolism that are associated with increased morbidity and mortality more frequent and longer hd has been associated with improvement in hyperphosphatemia that may improve outcomes ncbi literature pubmed health support center external link . These minerals are called trace minerals except for chromium all trace minerals are incorporated into enzymes or hormones required in body processes metabolism people who eat a balanced diet containing a variety of foods are unlikely to develop a nutritional disorder or a major mineral deficiency except sometimes for iodine iron or
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