Hemochromatosis Causing Muscle Pain

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Hemochromatosis is a metabolic disorder that results in excess deposits of iron in the liver, pancreas, and other iron-storing organs.

Iron overload that does not cause tissue damage is hemosiderosis; that which does is called hemochromatosis.

Hemosiderosis can occur in hemolytic anemia, or when iron has been taken for an extended time when it is not necessary.

Unfortunately, some people have a tendency to absorb a relatively large amount of iron even if they do not need it. And since there is no...

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