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Dietary amenorrhoea and subclinical hypothyroidism with elevated TSH responsive to weight gain.
  1. J. A. Thomson,
  2. W. A. Ratcliffe

    Abstract

    A case of dietary amenorrhoea associated with the biochemical picture of subclinical hypothyroidism is described. Both the amenorrhoea and the abnormal thyroid function tests reverted to normal on gaining weight.

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