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Гипотиреоз, субклинический гипотиреоз, высоконормальный уровень ТТГ

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В обзоре обсуждаются проблемы диагностики и лечения субклинического гипотиреоза, а также референсного интервала для уровня ТТГ. Обсуждается вопрос о целесообразности изменения референсного интервала и целевого диапазона для уровня ТТГ на фоне заместительной терапии гипотиреоза.

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A V Podzolkov

V V Fadeyev

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Podzolkov A.V., Fadeyev V.V. Гипотиреоз, субклинический гипотиреоз, высоконормальный уровень ТТГ. Клиническая и экспериментальная тиреоидология. 2009;5(2):4-16.

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