Low TSH? It Might Not Be Thyrotoxicosis

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It is hoped my fellow endocrinologists will now receive fewer consults for low TSH levels, and they can concentrate on something more important, such as trying to tame those pesky glucose levels in our ever-increasing glut of diabetic patients.

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