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Möglichkeiten und Ergebnisse der Jodprophylaxe

  • C. R. Pickardt
  • R. Gutekunst

Zusammenfassung

Eine wirksame Strumaprophylaxe ist aus ärztlichen und gesundheitspolitischen Gründen unabdingbar notwendig. Sie könnte infolge der großen Häufigkeit autonomer Veränderungen in lange bestehenden Knotenstrumen in unserem Land zu einem vorübergehenden Anstieg der Häufigkeit manifester Hyperthyreosen führen, eine Hürde, die im Interesse nachfolgender Generationen überwunden werden muß.

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