September 2013 Volume 25 Issue 9

 

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CLINICAL THYROIDOLOGY

SEPTEMBER 2013

VOLUME 25 ISSUE 9
Editor: Jerome M. Hershman, MD

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Clinical Thyroidology September 2013 Entire Issue (PDF File, 3.56 MB, 27 pages)

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  • Opinions Vary on How to Evaluate and Treat Possible Cases of TSH- Producing Pituitary Tumors
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  • How Effective Are Clinical Guidelines for Hypothyroidism in Pregnancy in Clinical Practice?.
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  • Higher Environmental Exposure to Perchlorate and Thiocyanate, in Combination with Low Urinary Iodine, Is Associated with Decreased Thyroid Hormone Levels.
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  • Taking Levothyroxine with Breakfast May Be Satisfactory for Many Patients
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  • Repeated Dental X-Rays Without Neck Shielding Predispose to Thyroid Cancer
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  • Male Sex is Not an Independent Prognostic Factor for Thyroid Cancer
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  • The Phenotypes of TRα1 Mutations Can Greatly Vary
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  • THYROID CANCER TUMOR BOARD: An Atypical Case of a Slowly Progressive Undifferentiated Thyroid Carcinoma
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CLINICAL THYROIDOLOGY, this highly valued abstract and commentary publication provides a broad-ranging look at the clinical thyroid literature. Experts in the field summarize the most cutting-edge, relevant articles that clinicians should know about and provide insight into the relevance and impact of each article on patient care. Please send editorial questions to Dr. Hershman at clinicalthyroidology@thyroid.org.

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