Medical Definition of Selenium excess

1. Too much of the mineral selenium may cause reversible changes in the hair (balding) and nails, garlic odour to the breath, intestinal distress, weakness and slower mentation (slowed mental functionning). According to the national academy of sciences, the recommended dietary allowances of selenium are 70 milligrams per day for men and 55 milligrams per day for women. (12 Dec 1998)



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selenides
seleniferous
seleninic
seleninic acid
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selenious
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selenitic
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selenium
selenium cell
selenium compounds
selenium deficiency
selenium excess (current term)
selenium poisoning
selenium radioisotopes
selenium sulfide
selenium transferase
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seleniuretted hydrogen
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selenoaldehyde
selenoaldehydes
selenoamide

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