Neonatal iodine exposure

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Neonatal iodine exposure is a rare endocrine disease characterized by the appearance of transient hypothyroidism usually in preterm newborns following long or short-term topical iodine exposure. Parenteral exposure from iodinated contrast agents may similarly alter thyroid function in term neonates.

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