Iodine 131

June 2010
Reactions Weekly;6/5/2010, Issue 1304, p23
Case Study
The article describes the case of a 53-year-old man who underwent radioactive iodine 131 treatment 3 mCi for Graves' hyperthyroidism and experienced elevated TSH receptor antibodies that led to pretibial myxoedema.


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