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Clinical Thyroidology July 2012 Entire Issue (PDF File, 4.75 MB, 22 pages)
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- Neuropsychological Development in Children of Mothers with Hypothyroidism Is Normal When Euthyroidism Is Achieved after Conception
- Exposure to Methimazole during the First Trimester of Pregnancy Increases the Risk of Congenital Anomalies
- Several Forms of Renal Disease May Be Associated with Thyroid Autoimmune Disease
- A 1.1 GBq (30 mCi) dose of 131I Is Sufficient for Ablation in the Management of Low-Risk Thyroid Cancer
- Core Needle Biopsy Is Useful for Diagnosis of Thyroid Nodules after Previous FNA Biopsy was Nondiagnostic.
- More Foci of Thyroid Cancer Metastases Are Identified by Thyroid Hormone Withdrawal than by Use of Recombinant Human TSH.
- Stimulating the Uptake of 131I in Multinodular Goiter by Pretreatment with Recombinant Human TSH Improves Patient Outcomes at 5 Years
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