Clinical Thyroidology for the Public summarizes selected research studies discussed in the previous month’s issue of Clinical Thyroidology, an official publication of the American Thyroid Association.
Editor-in-chief, Alan Farwell, MD
Volume 8 Issue 8
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HYPOTHYROIDISM The presence of hypothyroid symptoms is more reliable in diagnosing hypothyroidism in men than in women
Carlé A et al. Gender differences in symptoms of hypothyroidism: a population-based DanThyr study. Clin Endocrinol (Oxf). April 2, 2015 [Epub ahead of print]..
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THYROID CANCER Increasing trend of thyroid cancer
Brito JP et al. The impact of subclinical disease and mechanism of detection on the rise in thyroid cancer incidence: a population-based study in Olmsted County, Minnesota during 1935 through 2012. Thyroid (ePub)
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HYPERTHYROIDISM Could pretreatment with MMI be as effective as rhTSH in treating subclinical toxic multinodular goiter with 131I?
Kyrilli A et al Thiamazole pretreatment lowers the 131I activity needed to cure hyperthyroidism in patients with nodular goiter. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. April 13, 2015 [E-pub ahead of print].
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HYPERTHYROIDISM Radioactive iodine increases the risk of strokes in patients with hyperthyroidism or nodular goiter
la Cour JL et al. Radioiodine therapy increases the risk of cerebrovascular events in hyperthyroid and euthyroid patients. Eur J Endocrinol 2015; 172:771-8.
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THYROID CANCER Radioactive iodine treatment improves survival in adults with intermediate risk papillary thyroid cancer
Ruel E. Adjuvant Radioactive Iodine Therapy Is Associated With Improved Survival for Patients with Intermediate-Risk Papillary Thyroid Cancer. J Clin Endocrine Metab April, 2015;100:1529-36
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