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Introduction: Hypothyroidism Concomitant with Down's Syndrome

Solomon Behar, MD and Mizuho Morrison, DO
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Children with Down’s syndrome can have multiple underlying co-morbidities, thus need to be considered a special population when they present clinically.  Hypothyroidism associated pleural effusions and pericardial effusions is one such example. In this case, Sol and Miz discuss special considerations in an 11 year old with Down’s syndrome who presents with shortness of breath.

 

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