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  • [Visual fixation tonometry as an aid in the early diagnosis of endocrine ophthalmopathy]. [Journal Article]
    Klin Monbl Augenheilkd. 1986 Nov; 189(5):416-8.Friess HG, Klima G, … Faschinger C
  • In some cases of autoimmunogenic hyperthyroidism an endocrine ophthalmopathy is found, but it is difficult to diagnose Graves' disease in early stages. Even before the occurrence of measurable morphological changes (measured by sonography and computed tomography of the orbit and eye muscles) short positional intraocular pressure changes are found in 64.5% of cases with autoimmunogenic dysthyreosi…
  • Evidence for a direct action of thyroid hormone in specifying muscle properties. [Journal Article]
    Am J Physiol. 1982 Mar; 242(3):R401-8.Nwoye L, Mommaerts WF, … Marusich M
  • Thyroidal trophic effects on slow-twitch skeletal muscle properties were compared in normally innervated and denervated soleus of rats maintained at different thyroid states. Hypothyroidism caused fast to slow changes in fiber type composition (99% decrease in proportion of type II fibers), ATPase activities (down 20-30%), myosin light chain pattern (54% less fast light chains), calcium uptake by…
  • The effects of thyroid status on some properties of rat fast-twitch muscle. [Journal Article]
    J Muscle Res Cell Motil. 1981 Sep; 2(3):307-20.Nwoye L, Mommaerts WF
  • The effects of different thyroid states on some histochemical and biochemical properties of fast-twitch muscle were studied using rat extensor digitorum longus (EDL) muscle. This muscle was found to be much less responsive to thyroidal influence than the slow-twitch soleus muscle. In EDL muscles of hypothyroid rats, fast leads to slow conversions were observed in fibre type composition, myosin AT…
  • Developmental disturbances in children of mothers with dysthyreosis--epidemiological aspect. [Journal Article]
    Psychiatr Neurol Med Psychol Beih. 1968; 8-9:136-43.Bielicka I, Kibalenko T
  • It is the purpose of this work to investigate the possible presence of epidemiological links between dysthyreosis in the mother and developmental disturbances in the child. The clinical material comprised 51 children and 50 mothers. In 60% of cases data on gynaecological disorders could be elicited in the past history of the mothers (spontaneous abortions, premature births, stillbirth etc.). The …
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