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Oxyphenbutazone-induced goitre.
  1. R. J. Lane,
  2. F. Clark,
  3. J. K. McCollum

    Abstract

    A woman who had taken oxyphenbutazone for 4 years because of back pain presented with goitre and hypothyroidism. This was shown to be due to an organification defect, caused or aggravated by oxyphenbutazone.

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