Aluminium

Aluminium is one of the most abundant elements in the Earth core. Aluminium is present in air, soil, water, paints, medications, cosmetic products and other consumer goods.

High concentration of Aluminium in the human body may cause poisoning (toxicity). Aluminium toxicity may manifest in confusion, tiredness, muscle weakness, bone pain, deformities and fractures, seizures, speech problems, slow growth—in children.

Complications of Aluminium poisoning may result in lung problems, nervous system problems causing difficulty with movements, bone diseases, brain diseases and disorders, anemia, impaired iron absorption.A

This test is part of the metal toxicity panel.

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