May 2013 Volume 25 Issue 5

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CLINICAL THYROIDOLOGY

May 2013

VOLUME 25 ISSUE 5
Editor: Jerome M. Hershman, MD

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Clinical Thyroidology May 2013 Entire Issue (PDF File, 3.48 MB, 22 pages)

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  • Clinical Care of Women with Hypothyroidism during their Reproductive Years Requires Awareness of the Consequences by Patients and Clinicians
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  • The Placenta Is Capable of Compensating for Smoking-Induced Thiocyanate Inhibition of Its Iodide Symporter
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  • The BRAF V600E Mutation Increases Mortality in Papillary Thyroid Cancer
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  • Obesity Is Associated with Thyroid Cancer Risk in Women
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  • Does the Risk of Malignancy Increase When a Thyroid Nodule Is Larger Than 2 cm?
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  • Diagnostic 131-I SPECT/CT Scans Detect Unsuspected Metastases after Thyroidectomy for DTC
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  • Surgeon-Performed Laryngeal Ultrasound Can Be Used to Screen for Vocal-Cord Palsy before Thyroid Surgery
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  • Two single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in thyroid hormone receptor-alpha may affect the risk of obesity and dyslipidemia
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