The Mechanisms of Transient Hypothyroxinemia in Infants Born to Mothers with Graves' Disease

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Transient hypothyroxinemia in infants born to mothers with Graves' disease is a unique disorder first reported by us in 1988. Most mothers of these infants have had no treatment, are diagnosed as having thyrotoxicosis during the last trimester, or were not well controlled during pregnancy. These infants are believed to have transient central hypothyroidism… (More)
DOI: 10.1203/00006450-199708000-00014

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@article{Matsuura1997TheMO, title={The Mechanisms of Transient Hypothyroxinemia in Infants Born to Mothers with Graves' Disease}, author={Nobuo Matsuura and Shohei Harada and Yoshihide Ohyama and Keiko Shibayama and Masaru Fukushi and Nobuyoshi Ishikawa and Kenji Yuri and Masanori Nakanishi and Yukifumi Yokota and Kohji Kazahari and Hiroki Oguchi}, journal={Pediatric Research}, year={1997}, volume={42}, pages={214-218} }