After diabetes, thyroid disease is the most common endocrinopathy encountered by NPs in outpatient practice. Thyroid dysfunction demonstrates a profound female bias and can present clinical conundrums for providers. This session will clarify diagnostic findings in clinical and sub-clinical hyper-and hypothyroidism, explore their impact on reproductive, mental, and CV health, and provide endocrinology tips to effectively treat selected thyroid diseases.
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