Injured knee, growing deformity of the foot, bent gate, abnormally curved knee deformity, swelling of the wrist and costochondral junction, prolonged bone pain (> 3 months duration).
Lack of vitamin D indicates that calcium is not absorbed properly. Minor injuries can easily lead to fractures.
Despite a healthy diet, active lifestyle, and any previous medical problems, bad growth may not indicate vitamin D deficiency.
Bone Swelling And Abnormal Curvature:
X-ray of the wrist or ankle or chest causes bone swelling and abnormal curvature of long bones due to low calcium levels. low plasma calcium or phosphate levels, raising alkaline phosphate.
Frequent Lower Respiratory Infections:
Vitamin D plays an important role in the development of pulmonary function and immunity and frequent infections can be caused by the same deficiency.
Delayed Teething in Children:
Like other milestones, lack of adequate calcium can lead to delayed or brittle teeth.
Delayed Anterior-Fontanel Closure:
The anterior-fontanel is a diamond-shaped open portion at the front of the head. It is a gap in the skull that gradually closes at the age of 18-24 months. Due to the functionality of the disabled bone, it will be delayed.