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Basedow Disease: Sources and Notes

Brakebusch, L., Heufelder, A.: Morbus Basedow. www.morbusbasedow.de (accessed date: 21/7/2014)

Herold, G.: Innere Medizin. Selbstverlag, Cologne 2014

Serious' disease. Online information from the US National Library of Medicine: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (last update: 31/5/2013)

Bartalena, L.: The Dilemma of How to Manage Graves' Hyperthyroidism in Patients with Associated Orbitopathy. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. Flight. 96, Nr. 3 pp. 592-599 (1/3/2011)

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