Subtotal versus total thyroidectomy for patients with Graves' eye disease

@article{Lofthouse2006SubtotalVT,
  title={Subtotal versus total thyroidectomy for patients with Graves' eye disease},
  author={Marie Lofthouse},
  journal={Nature Clinical Practice Endocrinology &Metabolism},
  year={2006},
  volume={2},
  pages={63-64}
}
identified 628 hypo pituitary women aged <50 years, of whom 315 were taking estrogen therapy and 313 (who had normal gonadal function) were not. The estrogen therapy was oral in 86% of cases and transdermal in 14%. No difference was found in weight, waist : hip ratio or body composition in women taking the different forms of estrogen. Women taking oral estrogen, but not women taking it transdermally, had a greater waist : hip ratio, compared with women not taking estrogen and with normal… CONTINUE READING