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He initially received the remedies for colds which were prescribed at that time.A swelling on his left vocal cord was noticed and he received repeated galvanocautery for that.Eventually it became evident that he was suffering from carcinoma of the larynx.He was to last for only months to succumb to his cancerous condition.Such patients will require lifelong parenteral vitamin B therapy.Because this statement is unreferenced and follows a description of my recent commentary, it could be misinterpreted as having been derived from evidence presented in that commentary.This is not the case, however, as these are precisely the patients in whom oral therapy has been shown to replace body stores of B.Oral B remains a useful therapeutic option for the <a href="http://www.targetmol.com/compound/Glycerite">Targetmol's Tannic acid</a> treatment of B deficiency.Oral treatment of pernicious anemia with high doses of vitamin B without intrinsic factor.My statement did not follow his assertion that oral vitamin B remains a useful therapeutic option for the treatment of B deficiency, but followed my review on the various forms of vitamin B isolated.This is not the case for it was followed by my pointing out that in the UK intramuscular hydroxocobalamin has replaced cyanocobalamin as it is retained in the body longer.Thus for maintenance therapy, it need only be given at intervals of months.My thesis is that the retention and continued use of oral or systemic cyanocobalamin places patients He initially received the remedies for colds which were prescribed at that time.A swelling on his left vocal cord was noticed and he received repeated galvanocautery for that.Eventually it became evident that he was suffering from carcinoma of the larynx.He was to last for only months to succumb to his cancerous condition.Such patients will require lifelong parenteral vitamin B therapy.Because this statement is unreferenced and follows a description of my recent commentary, it could be misinterpreted as having been derived from evidence presented in that commentary.This is not the case, however, as these are precisely the patients in whom oral therapy has been shown to replace body stores of B.Oral B remains a   useful therapeutic option for the treatment of B deficiency.Oral treatment of pernicious anemia with high doses of vitamin B without intrinsic factor.My statement did not follow his assertion that oral vitamin B remains a useful therapeutic option for the treatment of B deficiency, but followed my review on the various forms of vitamin B isolated.This is not the case for it was followed by my pointing out that in the UK intramuscular hydroxocobalamin has replaced cyanocobalamin as it is retained in the body longer.Thus for maintenance therapy, it need only be given at intervals of months.My thesis is that the retention and continued use of oral or systemic cyanocobalamin places patients If such patients are given cyanocobalamin, the diagnosis may be questioned and the patient be thus condemned to a life of poor sight.Patients with tobacco amblyopia who have normal serum vitamin B levels need not continue therapy with systemic hydroxocobalamin once their visual acuity and visual fields have returned to normal providing they abstain from further smoking.

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