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Aflatoxins have been implicated in the pathogenesis of protein energy malnutrition (PEM), a condition affecting more than 118million (32% of) children in the developing world .
If the actual cause or major predisposing factor, such as protein energy malnutrition or pressure, is not determined and addressed the wound will more than likely fail to close or remain at high risk for recurrence.
Children more commonly present with protein energy malnutrition (PEM) at diagnosis of cancer in developing countries than in developed countries, depending on the type of cancer and extent of the disease.
Attributable DALYs Children aged 0-4 years = 445 297 Protein energy malnutrition 44.
Protein energy malnutrition and deficiencies in micronutrients, such as iodine, zinc, iron, and vitamins, are other forms of malnutrition.
Tolboom, JJM; Ralitapole-Maruping, AP & Kabir, H 1986: Severe protein energy malnutrition in Lesotho: Death and survival in hospital, clinical findings.
His areas of research were protein energy malnutrition, iodine deficiency disorders, nutritional anemia, and liver diseases in the tropics.
A prospective study of outcome from protein energy malnutrition in nursing home residents, JPEN J Parenter Enteral Nutr.