From Clinical Thyroidology: Subclinical Hyperthyroidism Is Associated with Increased Risks of Hip Fractures, Fractures at Any Site, Nonspine Fractures, and Clinical Spine Fractures in the Largest Meta-analysis to Date - Although overt hyperthyroidism is accepted as a risk factor for osteoporosis and fractures, the potential associations between subclinical hyperthyroidism and adverse outcomes related to bone health are less clear.
From Clinical Thyroidology for the Public: Graves’ disease and pregnancy Hyperthyroidism in young women of reproductive age is most commonly caused by Graves’ disease.
American Thyroid Association Statement on Surgical Application of Molecular Profiling for Thyroid Nodules: Current Impact on Perioperative Decision Making Robert L. Ferris, Zubair Baloch, Victor Bernet, Amy Chen, Thomas J. Fahey, Ian Ganly, Steven P. Hodak, Electron Kebebew, Kepal N. Patel, Ashok Shaha, David L. Steward, Ralph P. Tufano, Sam M. Wiseman, and Sally E. Carty
Thyroid, Vol. 25, No. 7, July 2015: 760-768.
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