Assessment of anxiety in subclinical thyroid disorders.

@article{SaitGnen2004AssessmentOA,
  title={Assessment of anxiety in subclinical thyroid disorders.},
  author={Mustafa Sait G{\"o}nen and Gurcan Kisakol and Ali Savaş Cilli and Oguz Dikbas and Kagan Gungor and Ali Inal and Ahmet Kaya},
  journal={Endocrine journal},
  year={2004},
  volume={51 3},
  pages={
          311-5
        }
}
It is well known that manifest thyroid dysfunction causes mood disorders. In the literature there are few studies related with subclinical thyroid dysfunction and anxiety. We aimed to determine if there exists a relation between the anxiety and subclinical thyroid dysfunction. This study was carried out in the Meram Medical Faculty of Selçuk University, Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism. Eighty-five outpatients were enrolled into the study. In the presence of normal fT(3) and fT(4… 

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