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A case of thyroid storm caused by Graves’ disease misdiagnosed as panic attack due to panic disorder
authors: Manabu Yasuda, Jun Kumakura, Kiyonori Oka & Kazuhito Fukudasummary/abstract:
Graves’ disease is characterized by hyperthyroidism and its symptoms often overlap with those of panic disorder, which may make it difficult to distinguish between the two conditions. In this report, we describe how proper diagnosis of thyroid disease in patients with mental illness can lead to appropriate treatment.full text
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