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Thyroid hormones, the brain, and affective disorders.

@inproceedings{Rt1994ThyroidHT,
  title={Thyroid hormones, the brain, and affective disorders.},
  author={Joffe Rt and Sokolov St},
  year={1994}
}
  • Joffe Rt, Sokolov St
  • Published 1994
  • Psychology
  • Abstract Clinical thyroid disorders are frequently associated with psychiatric symptomatology, thus supporting a role for thyroid hormones in the biological basis of psychiatric disorders, particularly mood disorders. Despite extensive literature documenting various abnormalities of thyroid function tests in primary major depression, the role of thyroid hormones in the pathophysiology of affective disorders remains to be clarified. In this review, we describe the various abnormalities of… CONTINUE READING

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