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Advances in Clinical Medicine
Vitamin D is a steroid hormone. Besides the traditional regulation of calcium and phosphorus metabolism, it plays a significant role in immunoregulation, cell differentiation and proliferation, neuroprotection, etc. Recent studies have found that vitamin D deficiency is associated with the development of various neurological diseases. This paper is to review the research progress of Vitamin D in the neurological diseases, which include ischemic stroke, Alzheimer's disease, vascular dementia,doi:10.12677/acm.2018.82031 fatcat:etxjgbuguzegnjl4j4p7w3lpva