The Complete Thyroid Book
by KENNETH AIN, M.D., M. SARA ROSENTHAL, PH.D.
McGraw Hill Professional
EDITION: 1st Edition (2005)
Roughly 12 percent of the adult population suffers from some form of thyroid disease. The most common thyroid diseases are autoimmune thyroid diseases, which affect women much more frequently than men, especially when they are pregnant or after delivery. These comprise Hashimoto’s disease (see Chapter 5) and Graves’ disease (see Chapter 6). Subclinical hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism are also becoming more of a concern, particularly with an aging population, and in light of the fact that so many early signs of thyroid disease can be masked by or mimic a host of other disorders. More and more people are now being definitively diagnosed with an underlying thyroid disease instead of being misdiagnosed with other diseases.
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