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The fundamental change in this deficiency is increased loss of calcium and phosphate in the faces. This leads to a fall in the blood level and hence not available for bone formation. Due to this, in children it causes rickets and osteomalacia in adult. Rickets is more common in children living in slums where direct sunlight cannot reach the interior of the dwellings, and these children also cannot afford expensive animal foods to meet their daily requirement of vitamin D.
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