Sample records for YODO 111 (iodine 111)
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NUTRICION DE YODO EN ESCOLARES DE UNA ZONA CON ALTA INGESTA DE YODO (CALAMA) COMPARADA CON ZONA DE INGESTA NORMAL (PUNTA ARENAS)/ IODINE NUTRITION STATUS IN SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN OF AN AREA OF HIGH IODINE INTAKE (CALAMA) COMPARED WITH AN AREA OF NORMAL INTAKE (PUNTA ARENAS)

Muzzo B, Santiago; Leiva B, Laura; Ramírez M, Iván; Carvajal L, Fresia; Biolley H, Edith
2005-04-01

Resumen en español Se evaluó la prevalencia de bocio por palpación de la glándula tiroidea en 1296 escolares de educación básica de una zona con alta ingesta de yodo (Calama) y se comparó con la de otra zona de ingesta normal de yodo (Punta Arenas). En una sub muestra del 10% de los escolares se midió la excreción de yodo urinaria y los niveles de hormonas tiroídeas en sangre. En ambas localidades se seleccionaron aleatoriamente del comercio 148 muestras de sal para consumo humano (mas) en las que se determinó la concentración de yodo. Se encontró una prevalencia de bocio de 11,1% (10,0% en varones y 12,5% en mujeres) mayoritariamente bocio grado Ia (7,2%), sin diferencias por zona (11,6% en Calama y 10,6% en Punta Arenas). La concentración de yodo en la sal de consumo humano en ambas localidades fue adecuada a la exigencia actual del Reglamento Sanitario de los Alimentos (RSA) (33,3 (gI/g sal en Calama, 34,0 en Punta Arenas). La excreción de yodo en la orina fue significativamente mas alta en Calama 460 (190 (g I/L que en Punta Arenas 273 ( 155 No se detectaron diferencias en los niveles de T4 y TSH (Calama 7.1 ( 1.5 y 3.3 (1.8 y Punta Arenas 7.2 ( 1.1 y 2.9 ( 1.2 respectivamente) en tanto que las valores de T3 en ambas localidades mostraron diferencias significativas (103.9 ( 33.1 y 145.0 ( 26.0 respectivamente, p Resumen en inglés Goiter prevalence determined by palpation of thyroid gland was evaluated in 1296 primary school age children from an area of high iodine intake (Calama) and compared with an area of normal iodine intake (Punta Arenas). Urinary iodine excretion and plasmatic thyroid hormones were measured in 10% of school children. In both areas 148 samples of salt for human consumption were randomly selected to measure iodine concentration. A goiter prevalence of 11,1% (10,0% in males and (mas) 12,5% in females) mainly goiter grade Ia (7,2%), without differences per area (11,6% in Calama and 10,6% in Punta Arenas) was found. Iodine concentration in salt for human consumption at both areas was adequated according the present Food Sanitary Regulation (FSR) in Chile (33,3 (gI/g salt in Calama, and 34,0 in Punta Arenas). Urinary iodine excretion was significantly higher in Calama (460 ( 190 (g I/L) than in Punta Arenas (273 ( 155 (g I/L). No differences were detected in T4 and TSH plasma levels (Calama 7.1 ( 1.5 and 3.3 (1.8; and Punta Arenas 7.2 ( 1.1 and 2.9 ( 1.2 respectively), while T3 plasma levels were significantly higher in Punta Arenas (103.9 ( 33.1 y 145.0 ( 26.0 respectivamente, p

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Genotoxic activity of halogenated phenylglycine derivatives

Boto, Alicia; Gallardo, Juan Antonio; Hernández, Rosendo; Ledo, Francisco; Muñoz, Ana; Murguía Ibáñez, José Ramón; Menacho-Márquez, Mauricio; Orjales, Aurelio; Saavedra, Carlos J.
2006-09-20

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Early maternal hypothyroxinemia alters histogenesis and cerebral cortex cytoarchitecture of the progeny

Lavado Autric, Rosalía; Ausó Monreal, Eva; García Velasco, José Víctor; Arufe, María del Carmen; Escobar del Rey, Francisco

Epidemiological studies from both iodine-sufficient and -deficient human populations strongly suggest that early maternal hypothyroxinemia (i.e., low circulating free thyroxine before onset of fetal thyroid function at midgestation) increases the risk of neurodevelopmental deficits of the fetus, whe...

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Early maternal hypothyroxinemia alters histogenesis and cerebral cortex cytoarchitecture of the progeny

Lavado Autric, Rosalía; Ausó Monreal, Eva; García Velasco, José Víctor; Arufe, María del Carmen; Escobar del Rey, Francisco; Berbel Navarro, Pere; Morreale de Escobar, Gabriella
2003-04-01

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Early maternal hypothyroxinemia alters histogenesis and cerebral cortex cytoarchitecture of the progeny

Lavado Autric, Rosalía; Ausó Monreal, Eva; García Velasco, José Víctor; Arufe, María del Carmen; Escobar del Rey, Francisco; Berbel Navarro, Pere; Morreale de Escobar, Gabriella
2003-04-01

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