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Massive cerebral venous sinus thrombosis secondary to Graves' disease

Son HM

Cerebral venous sinus thrombosis (CVT) is a rare cerebrovascular condition accounting for 0.5–1% of all types of strokes in the general population. Hyperthyroidism is associated with procoagulant and antifibrinolytic activity,...
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Thyrotoxic hypokalemic periodic paralysis due to Graves' disease in 2 adolescents

Roh JG, Park KJ, Lee HS, Hwang JS

Thyrotoxic periodic paralysis (TPP) is a notable and potentially lethal complication of thyrotoxicosis, and Graves' disease is the most common cause of TPP. TPP is commonly reported in Asian males...
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Prevalence of thyroid nodules and their associated clinical parameters: a large-scale, multicenter-based health checkup study

Moon JH, Hyun MK, Lee JY, Shim JI, Kim TH, Choi HS, Ahn HY, Kim KW, Park DJ, Park YJ, Yi KH

BACKGROUND/AIMS: We evaluated the prevalence and characteristics of thyroid nodules detected by thyroid ultrasound (US) at health checkups and the associated clinical parameters. METHODS: A total of 72,319 subjects who underwent...
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Recurrent Painless Thyroiditis in Patients with History of Postpartum Thyroiditis

Yoo WS

It is well known that the long-term prognosis of postpartum thyroiditis (PPT) is excellent except recurrent PPT in subsequent pregnancies and risk of progression to permanent hypothyroidism in some patients....
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Validity and Reliability of the Korean Version of the Hyperthyroidism Symptom Scale

Lee JE, Lee DH, Oh TJ, Kim KM, Choi SH, Lim S, Park YJ, Park DJ, Jang HC, Moon JH

BACKGROUND: Thyrotoxicosis is a common disease resulting from an excess of thyroid hormones, which affects many organ systems. The clinical symptoms and signs are relatively nonspecific and can vary depending...
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Acute Ischemic Stroke in Moyamoya Syndrome Associated with Thyrotoxicosis

Kang D, Seong GH, Bae JS, Lee JH, Song HK, Kim Y

BACKGROUND: A few cases of moyamoya syndrome associated with thyrotoxicosis have been reported. However, studies on the association of hyperthyroidism with moyamoya syndrome are insufficient. CASE REPORT: Here we report a...
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Pretibial Myxedema Presenting as Severe Elephantiasis

Lee JH, Park SM, Lew BL, Sim WY

Elephantiasis is a symptom characterized by the thickening of the skin and underlying tissues in the legs. Pretibial myxedema (PTM) is a non-frequent manifestation of autoimmune thyroiditis, particularly Graves' disease....
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Clinical characteristics of hypertensive encephalopathy in pediatric patients

Ahn CH, Han SA, Kong YH, Kim SJ

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to assess the clinical characteristics of hypertensive encephalopathy according to the underlying etiologies in children. METHODS: We retrospectively evaluated 33 pediatric patients who were...
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The Recurrence Rate of Graves' Disease among Patients with Subclinical Thyrotoxicosis after Initial Remission with Antithyroid Agents

Shim MS, Nam SM, Yoo JS, Kim HK, Lee SJ, Lee MY

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The recurrence rate of patients with Graves' disease (GD) is estimated to be 50-55% after withdrawal of antithyroid drug therapy, and relapse is frequent in the first...
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Cholestyramine Use for Rapid Reversion to Euthyroid States in Patients with Thyrotoxicosis

Ha J, Jo K, Kang B, Kim MH, Lim DJ

Cholestyramine (CS) is an ion exchange resin, which binds to iodothyronines and would lower serum thyroid hormone level. The use of CS added to conventional antithyroid drugs to control thyrotoxicosis...
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Recurrent onycholysis in a patient with Behcet's disease

Kim HS, Lee DS, Lee SH, Kwon WH, Kim YJ

Onycholysis is defined as a distal or distal lateral separation of the nail plate from the underlying or lateral supporting structures including nail bed, hyponychium, and lateral nail fold. Trauma,...
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Optic Neuropathy in Thyroid Eye Disease: A Case Series

Salleh NA, Seng WH, Isa HD

In patients with thyroid disease, ocular involvement or thyroid ophthalmopathy is common, irrespective of their thyroid status. A common feature of thyroid eye disease is eyelid retraction, which leads to...
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Thyrotoxic Periodic Paralysis and Polymorphisms of the ADRB2, AR, and GABRA3 Genes in Men with Graves Disease

Park S, Kim TY, Sim S, Lim S, Kim M, Kwon H, Jeon MJ, Kim WG, Shong YK, Kim WB

BACKGROUND: Thyrotoxic periodic paralysis (TPP) is a rare complication of thyrotoxicosis characterized by acute attacks of muscle weakness and hypokalemia. Recently, variation in several genes was suggested to be associated...
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Massive barium sulfate aspiration during upper gastrointestinal contrast material study in an elderly patient with dysphagia

Yun HR, Kim CG, Park J, Park YE, lee YI, Yoo BW, Chung KS, Kim YS, Song JH

Barium sulfate is an inert material used as a radiographic contrast medium during upper gastrointestinal contrast studies for evaluation of patients with dysphagia. Oral barium aspiration is an uncommon but...
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A Case of Cerebral Venous Thrombosis in a Patient with Graves' Disease

Kim BR, Jung JH, Hahm JR, Jung J, Park HJ, Kim SK

Superior sagittal sinus thrombosis is an uncommon disease, and 25% of cases are considered to be idiopathic. Hypercoagulability, local bloodstream stasis, and vessel wall abnormalities may contribute to the development...
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A Case of Methimazole-Resistant Severe Graves' Disease: Dramatic Response to Cholestyramine

Chae SB, Kim ES, Lee YI, Min BR

A 22-year-old woman with severe Graves' disease was referred from a local clinic because of her refractory hyperthyroidism. She presented with exophthalmos, diffuse goiter, and tachycardia. She was treated with...
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Subacute Thyroiditis and Painless Thyroiditis: Clinical Characteristics of 221 Patients Diagnosed between 2009 and 2015

Choi JA, Kim YH, Shin DH, Lee JM, Heo JY, Kim HM, Park WI, Kim CY, Lee IH, Kim JS, Kim GE

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: In the past, subacute thyroiditis causing thyrotoxicosis included both painful and painless subgroup, but it is representative for the painful subacute thyroiditis these days. So we evaluated...
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Life Threatening Complication of Self-made Remedy for Controlling High Blood Pressure-Coronary Artery Vasospasm Associated with Iatrogenic Thyrotoxicosis

Kang IS, Pyun WB

We report the case of a middle aged woman who was previously diagnosed with hypertension. She had been drinking a kelp concentrate solution daily for her hypertension instead of taking...
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Thyroid disease in pregnancy

Kim JI

Thyroid disease is common in young women, and thus frequently managed in pregnancy, affecting 1% to 2% of pregnant women. Pregnancy may modify the course of thyroid disease, and pregnancy...
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A Case of Severe Hypercalcemia and Hyperphosphatemia Concomitant to Hyperthyroidism

Lee GY, Jeon WS, Ohn JH, Hong EG

Changes of serum electrolytes in patients with hyperthyroidism are often disregarded. Hypercalcemia has been reported in 17% to 50% of patients with hyperthyroidism. However, severe and symptomatic hypercalcemia is rare...
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