Hyperthyroidism: Test your skills with these 5 questions
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Robert J. Lorinser, MD, is a Regional Medical Officer for the Foreign Service, US Department of State, in Baghdad, Iraq. He previously worked as a hospitalist at Marquette General Health System in Marquette, Michigan, and had been the Assistant Director of the Family Practice Residency Program at Marquette General Hospital. Dr. Lorinser is also a faculty member of the National Family Medicine Board Review course.

Question 1 of 5

Patients with mild hyperthyroidism may present with isolated symptoms and signs.

Which of the following signs or symptoms, if present in isolation, would not lead to screening for hyperthyroidism?

Unexplained weight loss.

New-onset atrial fibrillation.

Menstrual disorders.

Cold intolerance.

This quiz is not accredited for CME.

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