A case of hypothyroid puzzle


Sonam Tshering1*, Sangay Phuntsho2, Choni Wangmo2, Hadi Hussain1, Hossameldien Fayed1, Ma Joannes Paola Arugay Comia1, Taofeek Ojewuyi1 and Animesh Gupta1

The most common cause of failure of thyroid replacement therapy is poor patient compliance. However, causes of malabsorption should be kept in mind. We report a case of a young male who had congenital hypothyroidism since infancy with difficulty achieving euthyroid state despite being on an exceedingly high levothyroxine dose.

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