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Pretibial Myxedema

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    Pretibial Myxedema
    Case Presentation and Review of Treatment Options

    Whan B. Kim et al
    International Journal of Lower Extremity Wounds June 2014 vol. 13 no. 2 152-154
     
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    Pretibial myxedema

    Pretibial myxedema (myxoedema (UK), also known as Graves' dermopathy, thyroid dermopathy,[1] Jadassohn-Dösseker disease or Myxoedema tuberosum) is an infiltrative dermopathy, resulting as a rare complication of Graves' disease,[2] with an incidence rate of about 1-5% in patients.

    1. ^ Schwartz, K. M.; Vahab Fatourechi; Debra D. F. Ahmed; Gregory R. Pond (1 February 2002). "Dermopathy of Graves' Disease (Pretibial Myxedema): Long-Term Outcome". Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. 87 (2): 438–446. doi:10.1210/jc.87.2.438. 
    2. ^ Prajapati VH, Mydlarski PR (March 2008). "Dermacase. Pretibial myxedema". Can Fam Physician. 54 (3): 357, 369. PMC 2278349Freely accessible. PMID 18337527. 
     

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