Friday December 15th 2017

Population Based Study of Co-Morbidity of Neurological Autoimmune Diseases and Thyroid Disease in Buenos Aires, Argentina (P4.025)

CONCLUSIONS: In the present study, 16.2 % of all patients had TD. MG and NMO patients showed higher prevalence of TD than MS and CIDP. This study emphasizes the need to actively look for TD in the studied population. Study Supported by:Disclosure: Dr. Villa has nothing to disclose. Dr. Aguirre has nothing to disclose. Dr. Melamud has nothing to disclose. Dr. Di Egidio has nothing to disclose. Dr. Alonso has nothing to disclose. Dr. Rey has nothing to disclose. (Source: Neurology)

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Population Based Study of Co-Morbidity of Neurological Autoimmune Diseases and Thyroid Disease in Buenos Aires, Argentina (P4.025)

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