Therapy Insight: management of Graves disease during pregnancy
An article from the journal Nature Clinical Practice reviewed in September 2006.
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1 Describe thyroid physiology and hormone levels during pregnancy.
2 Identify clinical features of Graves disease during pregnancy.
3 List differential diagnoses for Graves disease during pregnancy.
4 Describe markers of thyroid status that are most predictive of thyroid function in fetuses of women with Graves disease during pregnancy
5 List signs of fetal hyperthyroidism.