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Most cases of congenital hyperthyroidism are autoimmune forms caused by maternal thyroid stimulating antibodies. Nonautoimmune… Expand Congenital hyperthyroidism is less frequent than congenital hypothyroidism but its impact on growth and development can be as… Expand Constitutively activating thyrotropin receptor (TSHR) germline mutations have been identified as a molecular cause of congenital… Expand Gain of function mutations in the TSH receptor (TSHR) have been identified as the molecular basis for congenital and acquired… Expand Congenital hyperthyroidism is a rare, transient disease usually caused by transmission of thyrotropin receptor autoantibodies… Expand Congenital hyperthyroidism is a very rare disease. But, for each affected child it has to be considered as a serious condition… Expand 4 patients of two families with congenital persistent hyperthyroidism without detectable autoantibodies are reported. The members… Expand Congenital hyperthyroidism is rare. Most cases occur in infants born of mothers with a history of Graves' disease.1 The disorder… Expand A case of congenital hyperthyroidism, after pregnancy complicated by Graves' disease is presented. Fetal tachycardia was the… Expand Summary A review of the literature revealedten cases of hyperthyroidism in infants under one year of age. Even more unusual is… Expand