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Subclinical hypothyroidism: do you always need hormone replacement therapy? A modern view of the problem
Mìžnarodnij Endokrinologìčnij Žurnal
Subclinical hypothyroidism is the initial stage of development of hypothyroidism, in which there are no clear clinical symptoms and there is a slow decline in thyroid function. It is known that subclinical hypothyroidism occurs in the population much more often than overt one, its prevalence depends on gender, age of patients and it is much more often diagnosed in elderly women. The literature review considers the effectiveness of the combined herbal preparation to improve the quality of lifedoi:10.22141/2224-07220.127.116.111.241520 fatcat:2qjwvir2a5d65ml7zk5rzn2afq