Epidemiology of subtypes of hyperthyroidism in Denmark: a population-based study.

@article{Carl2011EpidemiologyOS,
  title={Epidemiology of subtypes of hyperthyroidism in Denmark: a population-based study.},
  author={Allan Carl{\'e} and Inge B{\"u}low Pedersen and Nils Knudsen and Hans Perrild and Lars Ovesen and Lone Banke Rasmussen and Peter Laurberg},
  journal={European journal of endocrinology},
  year={2011},
  volume={164 5},
  pages={
          801-9
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Few population-based studies have described the epidemiology of subtypes of hyperthyroidism. DESIGN A prospective population-based study, monitoring two well-defined Danish cohorts in Aalborg with moderate iodine deficiency (n=311 102) and Copenhagen with only mild iodine deficiency (n=227 632). METHODS A laboratory monitoring system identified subjects with thyroid function tests suggesting overt hyperthyroidism (low s-TSH combined with high s-thyroxine or s-triiodothyronine… 

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