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Subclinical hypothyroidism: When to treat

Sidra Azim, Christian Nasr
Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine 2019, 86 (2): 101-110
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Subclinical hypothyroidism is defined by an elevated serum thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) level along with a normal free thyroxine (T4 ) level. Whether it should be treated remains controversial. Currently, the best practical approach is to base treatment decisions on the degree of TSH elevation, thyroid autoimmunity, and associated comorbidities.

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Subhalal Narayanan wrote:

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Indications treatment and dose

Ebenezer Rajadurai wrote:

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Good review on patient sub group where subclinical hypothyroidism is treated.

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