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The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of malabsorption:

Derived Form of malabsorption

plural: malabsorptions
abnormal absorption of nutrients from the digestive tract
Type ofabsorption, assimilation,

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  1. B12 deficiency they can check your B12 level. Please note in certain malabsorption conditions your heath care provider should
  2. like a malabsorption syndrome where you can't
  3. Malamutes also can have a genetic defect causing malabsorption of zinc, which leads to skin
  4. people have carbohydrate malabsorption, like if they're
  5. celiac disease, lactose malabsorption
  6. and measuring it reveals abnormal breakdown or malabsorption of carbohydrates
  8. chronic malabsorption and we really didn't think that he was going to survive for very
  9. Decreased supply such as nutritional deficiency or malabsorption.
  10. or, I am getting enough iron but I cannot absorb it (malabsorption)
  11. Decreased supply, we said: nutritional deficiency or malabsorption.
  12. Malabsorption such as celiac disease or post-gastric surgery.
  13. Also, there is an association with celiac disease, as we have mentioned, it's a malabsorption problem
  14. malabsorption, diarrhea or constipation, then digestive enzymes can help.
  15. Vitamin D deficiency may indicate another malabsorption issue, just like night blindness
  16. becoming malnourished because they're underweight or suffer with malabsorption
  17. Your problem is probably that you have B12 malabsorption.
  18. If you don't have malabsorption of everything else, you should look at the specific causes
  19. of B12 malabsorption, which are pernicious anemia and gastritis, including subclinical
  20. First of all, saponification of minerals, the point here is that if you have malabsorption