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Radioiodine Therapy for Hyperthyroidism
source: The New England Journal of Medicine
authors: Douglas S. Rosssummary/abstract:
A 37-year-old woman receives a diagnosis of Graves’ disease and is treated with methimazole for 1 year. After completing this treatment, she presents with recurrent symptoms of hyperthyroidism. Radioiodine ablation is recommended.organization: Massachusetts General Hospital, USA
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