Open Journal of Thyroid Research

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EISSN: 26407981
Total articles ≅ 13

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Henke Katrin, Rudovich Natalia, Zehnder Thomas, Ziaka Mairi
Open Journal of Thyroid Research, Volume 5, pp 005-007;

The purpose of this mini-review is to provide the latest information on the treatment of Subacute Thyroiditis (SAT) in the era of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). It is well documented that SAT has a significant impact on the quality of life of the patients, so early and proper diagnosis and treatment are necessary in order to reduce or even eliminate the severity of symptoms, frequency of relapses, and permanent hypothyroidism. This requires a multidisciplinary management approach in order to meet patients’ special needs. The present mini-review aims to summarize recent research evidence regarding the therapeutic management of SAT with special recommendations for COVID-19-associated SAT.
Majali Mustafa, Ameri Buthaina Al
Open Journal of Thyroid Research, Volume 5, pp 001-004;

This study is intended to provide for decision-makers simple criteria for determining which option or approach either dilute and disperse or concentrate and store of the Patient’s Excreta after Iodine therapy would be identical to the exemption criteria, the radiation risk is sufficiently low as not to warrant any further control and has no regulatory concern. Additionally, ensure that the selected option would be inherently safe, with no appreciable likelihood of scenarios that could lead to a failure to meet both no concern and no regulatory control.
Alves Maria Lúcia D’Arbo, Maria Lúcia D’Arbo Alves, Manoel Henrique Cintra Gabarra
Open Journal of Thyroid Research, Volume 2, pp 001-004;

Muhammad Naseem Baloch, Saad Abdul Razzak, Zahid Mehmood, Sana Naz, Sehrish Altaf
Open Journal of Thyroid Research, Volume 2, pp 015-017;

Sehrish Altaf, Zahid Mehmood, Muhammad Naseem Baloch, Arsalna Javed
Open Journal of Thyroid Research, Volume 2, pp 005-008;

E Shkembi, N Daniele, F Zinno
Open Journal of Thyroid Research, Volume 1, pp 017-018;

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