Modern Views on the Algorithm of Management of Pregnant Women and Women in Labor with Diffuse Toxic Goiter
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The article presents the modern views and data on the risk factors, mechanisms of development, clinical features and complications of diffuse toxic goiter during the pregnancy, labor, in the postpartum period and in newborns. Information about the modern approaches to the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of this disease has been investigated that makes it possible to recommend it for the implementation in the clinical practice.
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