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M. RAMSAY figures have been compiled from analyses of isolated specimens taken from different patients at various stages of pregnancy. While the mechanism of the observed changes has aroused interest, it is not clearly understood. 1) is classically associated with low plasma iron and raised TIBC, and there is no doubt that the pregnant female responds to the increased demand for iron, just as the irondeficient subject does, with an increased capacity to absorb iron (B2). Moreover, supplementation of the diet with iron, either as medication during pregnancy or as prolonged natural intake prevents the fall in hemoglobin (F9, G2) and in serum iron (G2), but not the rise in TIBC (G2).
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