Sample records for YODO 139 (iodine 139)
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Tratamiento del hipertiroidismo con radioyodo: efecto de la dosis administrada sobre la función tiroidea y complicaciones asociadas/ Treatment of hyperthyroidism with radioiodine: effects of administered dose on complications and thyroid function

Pineda B, Pedro; Michelsen D, Harold; Rivera C, Marcela; Lillo G, Ricardo; Massardo V, Teresa; Araya Q, Verónica; Sierralta C, Paulina; Oviedo G, Sofía; Liberman G, Claudio
2000-05-01

Resumen en inglés Background: Radio-iodine is a definite therapy for Graves disease hyperthyroidism. However, the optimal dosage is still debatable. Aim: To assess the effects of different radioiodine doses on thyroid function and complications in patients with hyperthyroidism. Material and methods: A retrospective analysis of 139 patients with hyperthyroidism, treated with ratioiodine between 1988 and 1998. Radio iodine dose used was classified as low ((mas) or high ( > or = 15 mCi). Results: Thirty five patients were treated with low doses, 33 with intermediate doses and 71 with high doses. There were no differences between these patients in age, disease severity, frequency of post treatment euthyroidism or complications. Patients treated with low doses had a higher frequency of persistent hyperthyroidism than patients treated with high doses (25.7 and 4.2% respectively, p

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Iodothyronine deiodinase activities in fetal rat tissues at several levels of iodine deficiency: a role for the skin in 3,5,3'-triiodothyronine economy?

Schröder-Van der Elst, Janny P.; Van der Heide, Daan; Morreale de Escobar, Gabriella; Obregón, María Jesús
1998-05-01

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Contribución a la ingesta de macro y micronutrientes que ejerce un consumo moderado de cerveza/ Contribution to the intake of macro and micro nutrients exerted by moderate beer consumption

Romeo, J.; Díaz, L.; González-Gross, M.; Wärnberg, J.; Marcos, A.
2006-02-01

Resumen en español OBJETIVO: El consumo moderado de cerveza puede formar parte de una dieta saludable, como la dieta mediterránea. El objetivo de este estudio fue analizar la contribución del consumo moderado de cerveza a la ingestión de energía y nutrientes en adultos españoles sanos. MATERIAL Y MÉTODOS: Como parte de un estudio intervencionista más amplio, se midió la ingestión dietética mediante un registro de 7 días de los alimentos de la dieta en 24 hombres y 22 mujeres (eda (mas) d: 34,18 ± 5,80 años) dos veces: durante la última semana de un periodo de 30 días de abstinencia absoluta de alcohol y durante la última semana de un periodo de 30 días de consumo moderado de cerveza. Se analizó el contenido energético y en nutrientes de los alimentos mediante el programa GEA, basado en las tablas españolas de composición de los alimentos¹. RESULTADOS: En las mujeres, el consumo moderado de cerveza aumentó de forma significativa (p Resumen en inglés OBJECTIVE: Moderate beer consumption can be part of a healthy diet, like the Mediterranean diet. The aim of the present study was to analyse the contribution a moderate beer consumption makes to energy and nutrient intake in Spanish healthy adults. MATERIAL AND METHODS: As part of a larger intervention study, dietary intake was measured by means of a 7-day food dietary record in 24 men and 22 women (age 34.18 ± 5.80 years) twice: during the last week of the 30 days (mas) of complete alcohol abstinence and during the last week of 30 days of moderate beer consumption. Energy and nutrient content of food was analysed by means of the GEA program, based on the Spanish food composition tables. RESULTS: In women, moderate beer consumption increased significantly (p

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