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Iodine derived hyperthyroidism

Iodine induced hyperthyroidism refers to hyperthyroidism related to the increase of iodine intake, which is referred to as iodine induced hyperthyroidism or iodine induced thyrotoxicosis. From the amount of iodine ingested, there are three cases of iodine hyperthyroidism: iodine induced hyperthyroidism is divided into two types. Type 1 is iodine agent, which is the raw material for the synthesis of thyroid hormone. The patient is in the state of subclinical hyperthyroidism, and excessive iodine agent leads to clinical hyperthyroidism. Type 2 is mainly caused by amiodarone, which is the toxic effect of amiodarone on thyroid and causes destructive hyperthyroidism.

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