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April 2013
Editor: Jerome M. Hershman, MD


Clinical Thyroidology April 2013 Entire Issue (PDF File, 2.25 MB, 26 pages)

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  • A MEK-Inhibitor Enhanced Radioiodine Uptake in Previously Dedifferentiated Thyroid Cancers
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  • Diagnostic 131I SPECT/CT Scans Detect Unsuspected Metastases after Thyroidectomy for DTC
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  • Nonoccult Differentiated Thyroid Cancer Exhibits Aggressive Behavior in Graves’ Disease
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  • Long-Term Surveillance with Serum Thyroglobulin Might Not Be Worthwhile in Patients with Very-Low-Risk Differentiated Thyroid Cancer
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  • Primary Thyroid Lymphomas May Have BRAF Mutations That Suggest a Diagnosis of Thyroid Cancer
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  • Should Guidelines Be Developed to Indicate When Hyperthyroidism or Hypothyroidism Ought to Be Included on a Death Certificate?
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  • Subclinical Hypothyroidism Is a Frequent Finding in Children and Adolescents With Type 1 Diabetes
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  • Childhood Obesity and Increased Childhood Weight Gain Are Associated with an Increased Risk for Hypothyroidism and TPO Antibody Positivity in Adulthood
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