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Zinc Deficiency Leading to Intractable Vomiting

Wilson Nadruz Jr, MD; Vera Regina Bellinazzi, MD; José Barreto Campello Carvalheira, MD
Arch Intern Med. 2002;162(20):2376-2377. doi:10.1001/archinte.162.20.2376.
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Zinc deficiency is an unusual complication of total parenteral nutrition (TPN).1 We report a case of a young woman with zinc deficiency caused by prolonged parenteral nutrition whose chief initial presentation was intractable vomiting.

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