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Pendred's Syndrome Associated with Asymmetrical Septal Hypertrophy & Severe Anemia in a Non-Treated 15-Year-Old.
Phil Soo Oh, Seong Seop Kim, Jee Yeon Min, I Seok Kang, Dong Kyu Jin, Heung Jae Lee
Abstract
We report an extremely specific case of Pendred's syndrome, originally described with an association of thyroid organification defect and hearing impairment; normal-sized thyroid, severe hypothyroidism manifested by profoundly retarded physical and mental development, cardiomegaly and severe hypochromic & microcytic anemia associated with asymmetrical septal hypertrophy.
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