The early diagnosis of atypical thyroid acropachy.


The differential diagnosis of the condition of a patient with acral thickening and normal bone roentgenograms but without obvious signs of Graves' disease may be perplexing. A patient was seen with this disorder, in which the early diagnosis of thyroid acropachy could not be made roentgenographically but was accomplished by bone-scanning techniques. To our… (More)


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