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Advances in Graves' Disease and Other Hyperthyroid Disorders


From the Author: My new book “Advances in Graves’ Disease and Other Hyperthyroid Disorders” is available at Amazon and Barnes &Noble. This book is not a second edition of my 2001 book “Graves’ Disease, A Practical Guide”. Nor is it as technical as the 2001 book. Instead, it serves as a companion book that emphasizes the many changes and discoveries regarding hyperthyroidism that have occurred in the past 13 years.

While covering topics like causes, diagnosis, treatment and disease course of Graves' disease and other hyperthyroid disorders, it primarily focuses on subsequent advances in disease pathology, including discoveries regarding the genetic, immune system; environmental factors that lead to hyperthyroid disorders; new guidelines for conventional treatment; and alternative and complementary medical therapies. Additional sections describe special circumstances like hyperthyroidism in pregnancy and in children, and transient hyperthyroidism in the newborns. 

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