Thyroid dysfunction and cardiovascular diseases: problem and ways to solve it
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Thyroid diseases are widespread and are the most common endocrine pathology, especially in regions with iodine deficiency in the environment. Thyroid dysfunction is diagnosed in 5–10 % of the population, more often in women and in the age group over 60 years. With increasing age, the occurrence of comorbid diseases in patients is increasing significantly. Among them, the first place belongs to the pathology of the cardiovascular system. One of the factors is endothelial dysfunction, which is one of the predictors of morphological changes in the vascular wall in many chronic diseases, in particular, atherosclerosis, arterial hypertension, thyroid diseases, and others.
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