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VOLUME 24 ISSUE 1
Editor: Jerome M. Hershman, MD
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Clinical Thyroidology January 2012 Entire Issue (PDF File, 3.05 MB, 22 pages )
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- Editorial: Reflecting on the Past Year
- IQ scores of children evaluated between ages 4 and 14.5 years born to women with subclinical hypothyroidism were similar to the IQs of children born to euthyroid treated women
- Prolonged therapy with carbimazole leads to a 50% remission rate for Graves’ Disease in children
- Two commonly available “third generation” assays for antibodies to the TSH receptor (TSHR) are similar in sensitivity and specificity, but differ in their response to sera containing TSHR-blocking IgGs
- Can we measure early cardiac dysfunction in patients with tsh suppression?
- Postpartum Psychosis is more prevalent in women with autoimmune thyroid disease
- Elastography is not clinically useful for diagnosis of malignancy in cytologically indeterminate thyroid nodules
- Use of radioiodine ablation for thyroid cancer has increased and varies inexplicably among hospitals
Call for Proposals – American Thyroid Association (ATA) Research Grants — Deadline: January 31, 2012
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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 email@example.com.
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