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Speaker abstracts 2001
Initially we tried low dose steroids only achieving a slight improvement of the patient´s complaints. At the same time, we noticed an enlarged, tender thyroid gland, presenting high T3 and T4 values, low TSH value and positive anti-thyroid antibodies. She initiated specific therapy. Results Facing a progressive polyarthritis, hydroxychloroquine was started in a 400 mg/d dose. Four weeks later the patient was referred to our out-patient clinic with the following complaints: insomnia,doi:10.1136/annrheumdis-2001.566 fatcat:hjvjtgcbxfglnoygmqp5fzfd2a