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HYPERTHYROIDISM DURING PREGNANCY.

Talbert, L. M. MD, FACOG; Thomas, C. G. JR MD; Holt, W. A. MD; Rankin, P. MD
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Abstract

Twenty-eight pregnancies complicated by thyrotoxicosis in 27 patients are reported along with a review of the literature. Fetal and maternal interests are probably best served by subtotal thyroidectomy after preparing the mother with antithyroid drugs.

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