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Thyroid Stimulation Test With Serum Thyroxine Concentration As Index Of Thyroid Response

A thyrotropin (T.S.H.) test is suggested which relies on the change in the concentration of serum thyroxine as the index of thyroid response to T.S.H. stimulation. Ten such tests have been carried out in healthy volunteers and 39 in patients referred for routine thyroid stimulation tests. Among... Full description

1st Person: Williams, E. S.
Additional Persons: Ekins, R. P. verfasserin; Ellis, S. M. verfasserin
Source: in The British Medical Journal Vol. 4, No. 5679 (1969), p. 336-338
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 1969
Keywords: research-article
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