Can Vitamin B6 Deficency Cause Retinopathy?

Mar 1, 1994

Researchers in a Texas hospital report that patients treated with vitamin B6 over periods of 8 months-28 years have never developed retinopathy. Since blindness and vision are so important, they suggest the apparent relationship of a deficiency of vitamin B6 should be studied as a molecular cause of diabetic neuropathy (Biochemistry and Biophysiology Research Communications, August 1991).

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