M A Kettrick

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Spontaneously resolving hyperthyroidism (SRH) is a transient form of hyperthyroidism characterized by a painless, nontender, normal-sized or slightly enlarged thyroid gland, elevated levels of thyroxine and triiodothyronine, a depressed thyroid radioactive iodine uptake (RAIU), spontaneous resolution in two to five months, and a focal or diffuse lymphocytic(More)
This report describes a newborn with recurrent herpes simplex meningoencephalitis despite vigorous antiviral therapy. The course is unusual in that the presenting symptom was hoarseness. Despite probable adequate acyclovir levels in the spinal fluid, a second episode or progression of herpetic encephalitis occurred, suggesting impairment of host defenses,(More)
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