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www.nhs.uk/conditions/haemochromatosis

Causes of haemochromatosis. Haemochromatosis is caused by a faulty gene that affects how the body absorbs iron from your diet. You're at risk of developing the ...

tidsskriftet.no/en/2015/08/man-his-50s-high-ferritin-levels-and-increasing-cognitive-impairment-0

Aug 25, 2015 ... He had significant iron deposition in the brain and showed cognitive impairment, dementia, chronic fatigue and neurological symptoms consistent ...

www.bmj.com/content/351/bmj.h3692

Aug 3, 2015 ... Causes without iron overload · Recent illness (such as acute infection) · Alcohol intake · Abnormal liver function, chronic liver disease, cir...

www.montefiore.org/documents/cancer/What-is-Iron-Overload.pdf

Early on, iron overload can cause no symptoms, or it can cause non-specific ... have a high ferritin level, but no signs of iron overload when special tests are.

www.emedicinehealth.com/ferritin_test/article_em.htm

A ferritin blood test assists in the diagnosis of diseases associated with elevated or low levels of ferritin in the blood. Diseases affected by decreased or elevated ...

my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diagnostics/17820-ferritin-test

May 14, 2018 ... Learn how the ferritin blood test can reveal anemia from Cleveland Clinic. Read more about symptoms of high or low iron levels, how the test is ...

haemochromatosis.org.au/symptoms

There is strong medical evidence of a potential for significant organ damage when iron stores cause serum ferritin levels above 1,000 µg/L. However some people ...

www.forthwithlife.co.uk/blog/whats-the-difference-between-ferritin-and-iron

Oct 12, 2017 ... Low Ferritin Levels - Symptoms · Pale skin · Fatigue · Very low energy levels · Headaches · Difficulty breathing · Dry s...

www.racgp.org.au/afp/2012/december/elevated-serum-ferritin

After exclusion of hereditary haemochromatosis, investigation of elevated serum ferritin involves identifying alcohol consumption, metabolic syndrome, obesity, ...

www.healthline.com/health/ferritin

The most common causes of elevated ferritin levels are obesity, inflammation, and daily alcohol intake. The most common causes of ...