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Think 'celiac Disease' In Patients Requiring High-Dose Levothyroxine - Family Practice News Digital Network

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Think 'celiac disease' in patients requiring high-dose levothyroxine

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CHICAGO – Hypothyroid patients who need either at least 125 mcg or 1.5 mcg/kg of levothyroxine per day in order to remain euthyroid should routinely be tested for celiac disease, Dr. Richard S. Zubarik asserted at the annual Digestive Disease Week.

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