Progress in Clinical Endocrinology by Samuel Soskin (Eds.)

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R . , A N D R I V E R S , R . V. P . : Preparation of thyroxine from casein treated with iodine. Nature 144-' 205, 1939. , AND : The chemical conversion of di-iodotyrosine into thyroxine. Biochem. J. 39: 157-164, 1945. 12 M C C L E N D O N , J . F . , A N D F O S T E R , W\ C : On the mechanism of the anomalous action of iodine in lowering the basal metabolic rate. Fed. Proc. 6: 275, 1947. , , A N D C A V E T T , J . W . : An attempt to explain the anomalous action of Lugol's solution in exophthalmic goiter.

In diameter or larger encountered. In every instance the adenomas were incidental findings in glands removed for diffuse or nodular goiter. In virtually none were the adenomas the presenting lesion for which thyroidectomy was done. While the histologic differentiation between adenoma and carcinoma is frequently difficult, in none of our cases were there clinical or morpho­ logic evidences to indicate transformation of a benign adenoma into car­ cinoma. Because it was not always possible to positively distinguish benign adenomas from areas of hyperplasia, a further investigative problem is in progress.

Endocrinol. 6: 708-741, 1946. 1 ANGLESIO, tained more iodine than did normal glands. In a later paper, to which Curtis and Fertman did not refer, Oswald stated: "Es fehlt also nicht an Jod, sondern an der Bindungsmöglichkeit". (Thus, there is no lack of iodine, but of the capacity to bind i t ) . i 6 page 1785. 32 8 THYROID : The history of goiter in Africa. Bull. Hist. Med. 23: 155-185, 1949. -: Goiter in West Virginia. Fed. Proc. 8: 384, 1949. : The problem of endemic goiter in Yunnan province.

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