Modern approaches to the laboratory diagnosis and management of hyperthyroidism syndrome (part 1)
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The lecture considers the questions of etiology, pathogeny and early diagnosis of hyperthyro-
idism based on modern international guidelines. The differential diagnosis and role of laboratory methods in the treatment of diseases associated with hyperthyroidism were studied. Detailed description of the clinical picture and recommendations for medical treatment are presented.
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