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Psychiatry Res. 2015 Sep ;229(1-2):613-6
Mood disorders are associated with a more severe hypovitaminosis D than schizophrenia.
Belzeaux R, Boyer L, Ibrahim EC, Feron F, Leboyer M, Fond G.

Patients with psychiatric disorders display high levels of hypovitaminosis D (<50nmol/L). It remains unclear whether it is associated with specific diagnoses. To further explore vitamin D status in psychiatric inpatients, 82 individuals with mood disorders or schizophrenia/schizoaffective disorders were included. Hypovitaminosis D was significantly lower in patients with mood disorders than patients with schizophrenia (standardized β coefficient=0.385, p=0.007). Further studies are warranted to determine specific causes of hypovitaminosis D and the interest of supplementation.

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