Diseases

Thyroidism: sources and notes

Author: Dr. Ileana De Lameth, Endocrinologist-Nutritionist

Sources:

- High Authority of Health (HAS). Mild hypothyroidism in adults: Diagnosis and management April 2007 //www.hassante.fr/portail/upload/docs/application/pdf/hypothyroidies_frustes__recommendations_vf.pdf

- Biological diagnosis and monitoring of hyperthyroidism in adults February 2000 //www.has-sante.fr/portail/upload/docs/application/pdf/hyperthy_rap.pdf

- //www.sfendocrino.org/article/43/thyroide

- National Agency for the Safety of Medicines and Health Products (ANSM) State of Play of the Use of Levothyroxine in France - Information Point- November 2013 //ansm.sante.fr/S-informer/Points-d -information-Point-of-information / L-ANSM-publishes-a-state-of-the-place-of-use-of-the-levothyroxine-en-France-Point-of-information

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