Role of Some Trace Elements in the Development of Endocrine Disorders. Possibilities of Screening and Early Diagnosis

I.T. Rusnak

Abstract


The objective of the article was a review of the literature data on the correlation of the level of body trace elements, in particular chromium and selenium, and the onset of endocrine disorders, their detection, the use of hair element analysis for screening and early diagnosis.


Keywords


trace elements; chromium; selenium; hair element analysis

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2224-0721.6.70.2015.72643

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