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Postpartum thyroiditis

Painless thyroiditis, also known as postpartum thyroiditis, occurs within one year postpartum. Painless thyroiditis is often accompanied by thyroid dysfunction. The incidence rate of postpartum thyroiditis is 5% to 10%. Although the etiology of postpartum thyroiditis is unclear, there is recent evidence that it is an autoimmune disease of thyroid.


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